Question about Televison & Video
I can wait a minute and power it back up and it will run for another few minutes and then power goes off and standby will flash 5 times a few times in a row can this be fixed without a remote
No. It can't be fixed with its remote control. These blinks are fault indications, inside its circuit, and are called 'blinking codes'. From the number of blinks occur at one time switch ON, you can get an idea about the damaged circuit section, and this will make troubleshooting easy. If you wish to know more about blinking codes, check the site linked here. It has details to these of many brand TVs. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by type in the model name to your set in its search box, or view it in Mosaic /Timeslide option.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV won't turn on
The set is in protective shutdown because a problem was detected. The 5 blink code indicates that the problem circuit. In this case it is the blanking circuit. Were there any indications of problems prior to the storm? If not, I'll need to lok up this one for the specifics. Do you intend to repair this yourself?
Let me know and I'll provide the details.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
I think I have the solution for you. I have the same tv and it does the
same thing when you turn on the power button on the remote when the tv
turns on you hear a click then the red light flashes about 5 to 6 times
then the tv comes on. on the remote there should be two buttons on top
of the remote one says power and the other one says system hit the
power button to turn on the tv when you hear the click and see the red
light flashing then hit the system button which will turn off the tv
then hit the power button again and it will turn the tv on without the
red light flashing it should work
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
This sounds like a heat related problem, which could be a faulty chip or a cold (bad) solder joint on one of the PCBs (printed circuit boards). Due to the lethal voltages present inside a CRT type television, it is strongly advised to have this repaired by a qualified technician. however, if you or someone you know is technically inclined, you can try to fix this yourself. Cold solder joints can often be spotted by visible cracks in the solder joints. a through inspection of all the boards could easily identify the problem which can be resolved with a quick tap with a soldering iron and perhaps a little extra solder added to the joint. if that yields nothing, another method is heat/cold stressing the boards while the TV is running. With the TV on, spray small areas of the PCBs with cold spray (or a can of compressed air duster turned upside down) until the tv shuts off. then heat the last sprayed part with a hot air gun (or a hair dryer) until you can get the problem to repeat regularly. inspect the area causing the problem and you will probably find the culprit.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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