Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sems that you are having a problem with you color wheel, that is what makes the variation of color happen in your tv set, if that is not working correctly, it causes either a black and white picture, some times no picture at all or like in your case to much of one color.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
Sony TVs has an Optical Block issue. If there is an issue with the optical block, then there will be green, blue patches or tint on the TV display. Try resetting the TV to the factory settings and try Power resetting the TV. Turn Off the TV and remove the power plug from the wall outlet for 1 minute and reconnect it and check the operation. If the issue still persists, then TV may require service. You can contact the Customer relations team and check for the available options. Sony had repaired free of cost for such issues. Hence, contact the customer relations.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
The power light is a part of your TV's self diagnostic system. It will blink out particular codes to help identify specific areas of concern. That particular code indicates that pin 129 of IC7002 is low (not detecting the -5 volts signal that should be present). There are a number of issues that can cause this problem, the most common being a power supply error or the thermistor that is located beside the lamp compartment. You can try and bypass the thermistor to see if that is the issue. Most of the issues that will cause this code will mean the dis-assembly of the TV, and if the thermistor is not the issue, then the power supply is probably causing the issue.
If you do not have the training, experience, and tools necessary to undertake the repairs I would strongly advise against trying to do it yourself. There are lethal voltage levels inside the TV, and one stray static shock can destroy a lot of the components inside the of it. If you do have the experience and tools, and do not have a copy of the service manual, you can download a copy of the manual at the following website:
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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