Question about Sony Grand WEGA KDF-60XS955 60" Rear Projection HDTV

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Sony Grand WEGA KDF-60XS955

TV will not power up. The light blinks green about 3 times, then blinks red 6 times. I replaced the lamp, which looked like it had burned out. TV still will not turn on. Remote has battery, TV has been plugged in to both power strip and wall. What are the possiblities that the Thermal fuse is faulty and not the G1 board? Any common problems pointing at G1 more than the thermal fuse next to the lamp?

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    POWER LIGHT 6 FLASHING LIGHT THEN 6 RED FLASHING LIGHT.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    POWER LIGHT 6 FLASHING LIGHT THEN 6 RED FLASHING LIGHT NEED HEL TO FIX IT.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    POWER LIGHT 6 FLASHING LIGHT THEN 6 FLASHING RED LIGHT.

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The g1 board is your issue. 6 blinks means there is no or low b+ coming from the g1 board.

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

  • dndhowie May 09, 2011

    can you post instructions on removing the G1 board, I don't want to break anything. I am having some resistence on getting the back panel off next to this board.

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I have a Sony KDF-60XS955 tv. It won't power on,


I have that manual. There are three lights to the left of the power button. One is labled LAMP. The manual states "The projection lamp, which illuminates the picture, has a limited life. If the screen becomes dark, the color looks unusual, or the LAMP indicator on the front of the LCD projector TV flashes, it is time to replace the lamp with a new one (not supplied). Use a Sony XL-2200 replacement lamp (not supplied) for replacement. Use of any other lamp may damage the LCD projection TV." I also found in a different page " LAMP LED lights up in red when the lamp for the light source has burnt out." I guess burnt out would be extream. I found one other if you had opened the light bulb cover and didn't close it properly. " If the lamp cover is not reattached securely, the self-diagnostic function may be triggered and the POWER/STANDBY indicator flashes three times." You can down the sony manual at http://www.docs.sony.com/release/KDF60XS955.pdf

Jun 02, 2011 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-60XS955 60" Rear...

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Tv will come on but shuts itself back off


Sounds like it just needs a new lamp.
The way to tell is the lights in front:
green blinking as TV reboots = bad lamp
red three blinks = door switch
red four blinks = bad fan
6 or 9 blinks = bad thermal fuse

Dec 17, 2010 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-60XS955 60" Rear...

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IT TURN OFF ITSELF RIGHT AFTER TURN ON GREEN


Hi,
If the Lamp red light is blinking then replace lamp, replacement procedure is written in user manual and its easy.
If standby/ power red light is blinking then please count its blinking and post here. It is an error code that has info about problem in specific section of tv.
You will see 3 seconds long pause between blinks so count pause to pause.

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Hi I have a Sony Grand WEGA KDF-60XS955 TV


Ur right the cooling fan is defective,check it,clean it might work normal again.Not, than the cooling fan must be change.

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Sony Wega Tv powers on w/ green power light and


need to know how many time the red light is blinking there should be a pause. 4 blinks is a fan, 3 blinks is the lamp door is not closed 6 blinks is thermal sensor.

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6 blinking red lights


You still have your guessed problem. 6 blinks means Low B+ error (power supply). This can be caused by an open thermal fuse, loading by another circuit board, or the power supply itself.

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Tv wont power up Standby light keeps flashing.


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Taking apart and trying to measure things without a known good bulb is a waste of time and effort.

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Kdf-60xs955 red continous blinking lamp light


It's in standby mode.

Do a reset and see what happens

While holding down the reset button on the remote
Press the power button on the tv
(The tv will turn itself off the back on)
Now release the reset button

It sounds like the lamp needs replaced.


Please rate this a fixya

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