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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony projector kp53hs10
I recently had this same issue. If you remove the speaker pannel in front of the set, you will see a block with 6 knobs on it, just to the right of the center panel. This is called a focus block. 3 knobs on top which control the voltage going to each tube, and 3 on the bottom are for fine tuning focus for each tube.
If your problem is the same as mine, it is a convergence problem. and due to the fact that the picture is turning off, says that one of the tubes is not getting enough power.
NOTE: BE CAREFUL NOT TO TOUCH ANYTHING ELSE BUT THE FOCUS BLOCK, THERE IS EXTREMELY HIGH VOLTAGE WITHIN THE TELEVISION, AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY.
1. Make sure the screen is blank, ex video 2 with nothing on. It's easier to tell.
2. very slowly, one at a time turn up the knob on the left top, should control red, untill you start to see lines come on the screen, then turn back just till they dissappear, and you see a black screen again.
3. continue with the second knob on top, just the same as the first.
4. And continue with the 3rd knob on top right just the same.
5. when you're finished, turn off the set, then back on, let is set for a min or 2, then hit the FLASH FOCUS.
If the problem persists, it most likely is a IC chip.
Best of Luck
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: sony kp53hs10
Try (with your remote) hit Display + Channel 5 + Volume - + Power hit each key within 1 sec of each other and the tv should go into error check mode on the screen and display some data, record that and google.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: Have SONY 53
Whenever i get these types of problems especially in sony sets,i first clean all the video related boards,i use fast evaporation paint tinner,to get the flux and grime off,then resolder all or most of the flat pack ic`s (be carefull,if you cant do this,then dont) use a magnifying viser to check each ic for bridges and solder splashes,wash boards again with tinners after resoldering.This works for me 99% of the times.If you need the schematic for this set request it at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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