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Ur high voltage is dead.FBT,the flyback tranformer the big black block of plastic with a red wire with a cap that hook to the CRT(tv tube).That it dead.The "H" transistor beside the FBT steel wall on the left outer wall might also be dead.U can tries unpluging,replung it an hour later might get some use of.To solved these problems must replaced the FBT,and "H" transistor.If u have this tv along time?Get rid of it,not worth repairing,parts are hard to find, and repair shop will charge alot for this prob.LCD tvs it cheap these day.
actually there is no set code for your model number. if you buy a sony remote is all you need. but if you bought a universal one than look in the manual and try all the codes for sony if that does not work then you have to program it manually. but go and buy a sony brand remote. all sony remotes work with all sony tv so you do not have to program it.
Can't find the specs but i presume it's an analog NTSC set. You will need a converter to convert the new off air ATSC digital format and if you're on cable, unless they are still converting to analog, you'll need a converter there too. Some cable systems (Comcast being one) will require their own cable box to index the digital channels and convert to analog ch 3 or 4 for your TV.
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.
You should open the TV and look for a blown fuse near where the power cable enters the set. A lot of times you can buy replacement fuses at a local electronic or hardware store and they're easy to replace.
Check the fuse. If it is blown, it will be obvious and make sure that the set is unplugged before replacing it. If it blows again, or if it is not blown, your problem is probably in the 'X' volt regulator and you will need professional help with the repairs.
You can also check the board where the components are mounted and resoled any that look bad. Brief power outages may cause the TV to turn off on its own. If you are using a surge protector, try connecting the set directly to the wall outlet.
In your case it could caused by a blown fuse, a leaky diodes or a bad solder joint at the horizontal drive transformer.
All can be replaced at a local electronic or hardware store and they're easy to replace
If this does not correct the problem, you may need to have your TV serviced or buy a new one.