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Stand by light blinking,no sound and no picture

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The most common reason for no power on your set is a shorted hori output NTE 2353 , and right behind that part is a 1200pf 2kvolt capacitor check it also check out STK-392-150s one of them may control part of start up.

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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Sounds like you have bad solder connections on the 5 and 9 volt regulators on the power board. They should be marked 7805, 7809, and possibly 7812. The 78 on these IC's mark that they are positive regulators and the other 2 numbers signify what voltage they are. Very common problem.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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SOURCE: KV-36FS10 - No picture or sound Stand By Light blinks

5 Blinks usually means the horozontal circuit has problems and parts need to be replaced. unplug power to reset

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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SOURCE: standby light blinking on sony trinatron no picture

resolder the crt circuit and also the video circuit,or find the trouble in the video circuit if there's an open resistor..

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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