When turning off my tv i normaly just flick the power switches on the plugs, i rarely use the on off button on the set, since new (about 2 years) i have used the set switch about 20 times. i turned the set off the other night and then wen i came to turn it on the on off switch wouldnt click in and activate the set to come on. i have tried pressing it a million times and nothing is happening?? can you suggest anything?
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Sounds like main board fault. Power ON signal should come from the main board to power regulator board, to switch in ON from standby to power ON. Contact any service technician. The troubleshooting to this kind of fault is a skilled work. Not user repairable. Gopakumar Gopalan Google
Try pressing the small reset button on the back, it works, and you will not loose any stored information which caused the unit to go in the stand by mode.
Have you tried turning it off for an hour and then turning it back on. This happens to me quite often and leaving it off for a while ususally allows it to come back on. Also have you tried to press the TV/AV button on the remote as sometimes it switches to TV mode when its on standby and then standby won't work as its on TV mode and needs to go back on to AV mode. Basically just press the AV button on the digibox remote and then try standby.
if the batteries are removed and left for about 20 minutes before being replaced again, everything works as it should.
if any of the above suggestions does not work then you have to open the unit and on the main board of the tv there is a thin mini tube light like component called fuse you will have to replace that fuse .the fuse is very very cheap and you can easily get it at any electronics shop.and if still the unit does not work then there is a major fault in the power supply board and should be taken to the service center for diagnosing the fault that it is repairable or not.but i hope the above information provided will definately help you to solve your problem.
IFyou feel confident and can locate switch mode power supply with back removed.
Try warming switchmode power supply before turning TV on.
If TV turns on normaly then there are some small capcitors that are a common cause of this fault.
Otherwise look for DRY or CRACKED solder jointson PCB
BUT DON'T do any of the above if your are not confident send it to a TV repaiman.
Normaly there will be much more damage than the internal fuse. On this model, if I can remember correctly, there is a pig-tail fuse that is solder connected to the circuit board. When this fuse is blown, normaly there are serious problems in the power supply or some other areas of the set.
It would be best for you to take the set to a service center to have it properly checked and have an estimate. I have had your described situation before. Most of the time the set would be very expensive to service in this type of case.
Hi,sony are good with there blink codes,try searching the net for advice on this particular code and model of tv,this could be anything from a capaciter going low in value in the tv(power supply normaly)to the tube.