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I had two of them like this. Order resistor at Digikey. Match the resistor color rings to the online decoder at Digikey so you get the right one. Refresh the Ni-cd battery while you're in there. Search "youtube" for battery fix. It's easy to do.
you may have a shorted speaker wire. unhook all the speakers and test each speaker by using a 9 volt battery across the speaker wires, you should hear a pop (this will not hurt your speakers). in each speaker. if you don't hear the pop then you may have found the one that is shorted. Another thing you can try is to unhook all the speakers and trun on the system (briefly) and see if the message is gone, this being further indication that you have a shorted speaker wire.
If your SONY will not start and it is blinking the 6 or 7 blink code you can fix this by installing a new IC at location IC6501 and IC8002. You use the same IC's at both locations and they can be purchased on eBay for about $20. for a package of 4. the #s on the IC are: MCZ3001D and 0542D - they control the horizonal deflection circuit. Good luck.... OR you can pitch the TV because as I believe SONY's are junk. They are made in Tijuana Mexico.
I have a similar problem. I inspected the power board and found IC901 burned completely. I cannot find out the part number and have tried to get a reply from phillips but have not heard back from them. Anyone have a schematic or can give me the part # of IC901?