Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-36XBR800 36" TV
Ok so I found one of your solutions for a similiar question and you asked how many times the standby light blinked. Mine just keeps blinking steady no intervals, just keeps going, I quite counting about 50. What happened was my fiance tried to move this huge TV by himself and it didn't work out so well. It fell on him, not very hard but enough that the picture doesn't work anymore. The sound works but the picture looks like the TV isn't even on. Can this be fixed?
The continuous blink code indicates some failure in communication between the computer in the set and the big signal-processing chip that controls most of the TV's video functions. Since the set fell, it's probably due to a either cracked circuit board or a broken picture tube.
If the board is cracked, it might repairable if the broken circuit traces can be found and patched. If the tube is broken (because the shock of the fall cracks the glass neck of the tube and allows air to leak in), it's time to replace the TV.
There's really nothing you can do on your own to fix this. Your best bet is to see if a professional can come out and give you an estimate. (Or use this as an excuse to get new flat-screen which would take up a lot less room!)
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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