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Sony kp61hs30 standby/timer lite flashes 8x and tv shuts off

I do not have the original remote. The lite continues to flash slower 8x when the tv is off.

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The 8 blinks usually mean that there is a problem with the high voltage section of the set. This can be the flyback transformer or other parts in the same horizontal circuit. This is not a repair that I would suggest be attempted by non-service personnel. Expect a parts cost in the $100-$150 range plus the local labor rate.

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