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Sony trintron Tv KV-HA21P50, its alot of green color, whats is the problem.


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Loose soder points in the video output board of your Sony Trinitoron is the problem. Solder loose on the green output transistor will show this kind of fault with this type of CRT based sets. Just open your TV, and locate the video output board. It can be located at the picture tube base itsef. This board is pluged diretly to the back of the picture tube. Just pull it out straight backward, without making any sideways shake. You may have ot apply some backward pressure to detach it out. Just look for any loose solderings at the solder terminal of this board.
It is very difficult to detect the loose soldering by ***** eye, as it will be microscopic in nature. It is a best practice, to resolder most of the solder terminals of that board, by app;ying a little more solder, whout making any solder bridge in between adjecent solder terminals. This will solve the colour problem to your TV.
I've attached a picture of a tV with back opened. You can see the Video Output Board pluged on to the back of the picture tube. Just resolder all the picture tube base socket terminals solderings also. OK


gopakumarg43_35.jpgHere the main board has been pulled out and placed vertifally at service position. The CRT board [video output board] can be located as you open the TV.

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Am looking for sony wega tv manual. The model is KV-HA21P50. Can anyone help me out


I could not find your exact model at the Sony site but there are some manuals very close, so you may find what you are looking for by downloading a manual very close to your model. See the manuals here:
http://www.sony.co.id/section/manuals

otherwise if you have a specific question, ask.

Mar 14, 2011 | Sony Televison & Video

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Video 1 illumination wont shut off.


There is trouble in the video swithing Ic inside your Tv. Either it may got damaged or video swiching voltage may not come to it from system ic. If the video swiching Ic is damaged, it is easy to replace and get the set repaired. If the System Control Ic is damaged it will cost more and may need retune it after replacement and giving its remote service code for further adjustments. You just call a technician and consult him about the matter.

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My SONY KV-XF21M80 produce a hissing (sparking) sound


That model number is not correct. What is an EHT? Must mean HVT High voltage transformer. If this set is 26 inch or smaller replace it. If larger yes replace the transformer.

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Sony KV-1946R


if your television is an older model probably the switch is defective.need to be replace,if its a newer model then the trouble must be in the power supply section.contact a tv technician tto check the trouble.

Jan 10, 2009 | Sony KV-9PT50 Television

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Sony trinitron KV-27FS100


probably, you have to call for a technician to check for it, the switch of the tv might have some dis alignment of cables

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SONY WEGA PROBLEM


That doesn't make sense. When you state that the TV comes on 5 minutes later, doo you mean that you get sound right away but hte picture comes on later? If so, a :power board" won't help. Please update this so we can narrow down the problem and get you a solution.

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Stand by led blink 4 times


my tv is FD Trinitron WEGA KV-HA21. when i press the power button it starts but after about three secounds it trips to stand-by and starts blinking four quick succession at intervals

Jul 20, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Sony Trinitron 29inch Color TV


The 2 blinks are an indication of over-current. This is usually because of a shorted component. The most common is the horizontal output transistor. This will be a 3-legged part attached to a heat sink close to the flyback transformer (part with red wire coming out the top). This transistor will be marked C4856 or something similar. Update this with the exact marking and I'll provide you with the full part number and approximate cost.

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Magnavox MWR-20V6 DVD/VCR recorder fails to record one time but not the next This problem just recently started as the unit was functioning perfectly up to now. And I've kept the unit in excellent condition and free of any dust. What's happening is this. When the timer is set to record a program, the unit will turn on and begin to record. But after about 9-10 seconds of recording, it will fail and you'll see an error message saying you cannot record on this disk. FYI, this happens too when not using the timer and just pressing record. And in both cases, it's been hit or miss, so one time it successfully records no problem and the next time no. So you don't know when and if it's going to happen, which is really frustrating! What's even weirder is that once it failed, you can wait a few seconds and try recording again with possible success. So if it failed at first, it may work the next time, but who knows if it'll work after this. And even if it does work the next time, after that, it's again hit or miss. This recording problem happens even when dubbing. So it doesn't matter if you're copying from VHS to DVD, using the time, or just hitting DVD record, the same recording error happens. And as I said above, it may work the next time but who knows? And even if it worked then, anytime after that is also very hit or miss. Nobody else touches the unit and it's never been moved or banged. So again, I've kept it in very good shape and working order. No problems whatsoever on the VCR side. And I most often use DVD-R discs rather than RWs, but even with RWs, the same problem can happen. Lastly, finalizing has also become more hit or miss now when it used to be very consistent. So I don't even know when or if it'll be successful in finalizing a discs. Most times, it does work, but a couple of times, it hasn't. Lastly, a weird thing with discs that failed to finalize is this. A few of them were finally able to be successfully finalized after just sitting around for about a month of not being able to be finalized. So for whatever reason, a few of those discs that wouldn't repeatedly finalize suddenly worked. The rest of those that were not successful still cannot be finalized. And I've kept all these discs in plastic sleeves or in a disc case.

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