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Okay, I found the problem. There is a problem with the ccfl (lamp) groung PCB. Mine is completely burnt through. I am going to attempt to repair it, but will likely need to extract it from a different unit. This board is on the front right of the lx in the lamp housing behind the lcd panel. What is happening: The inverter circuit on the power supply is detecting that one of the lamps is not lighting and it goes into shut down.
my power light flashes green/ amber as soon as it is plugged in, with a dead battery. It seems to go to steady amber if the plug is tapped, but goes back to flashing. It will not hold a charge on a new battery.
You tv used lamp XL-2400 or also known as F93087500. It is very common for this bulb to fail and have the exact symptom you are experiencing. I cant count how many times I have seen it.. Replace the lamp with either the exact Sony or an OEM and you will be back in business..
The most common reason for the green sensor to flash is because they are not pointed directly at one another.
Check each sensor for a steady
glowing indicator light. If both indicator lights are on, or if one
indicator light is flickering, the sensors may be slightly
misaligned. To check for misalignment; obstruct the beam of the
sensors so that they cannot see each other. When the beam is
blocked, the indicator light on one of the two sensors will
temporarily go out. This is the receiving sensor. Remove the
obstruction and loosen the wing nut on the back of the receiving
sensor. Adjust the receiving sensor until the green indicator light
goes out, if not already out, then realign until the green light is
bright and steady, then retighten the wing nut. This usually takes a
couple of attempts before it is back in alignment.
If the two lights are blinking persistently and the carriage is moving freely when the cover is opened then the logic board has problem and should be replaced. However, if there is some restriction of carriage movement or cracking noise, the optical cable should be replaced. Good luck
This is the indicator configuration for the 2600, if the lights are yellow there is a problem.
The following indicator LEDs provide power, activity, and status information:
• POWER (green)—Lit when power is on
• RPS (green)
– Off—No redundant power supply (RPS) is present
– Blinking—System is booted, RPS is present, RPS failure
– Continuous on—System is booted, RPS is present, no RPS failure
• ACTIVITY (green)
– Slow, steady blinking—System is booting
– Blinks during system activity, such as interrupts and packet transfers
I suggest going to Cisco.com for full documentation on this product.
I had the same problem with an AOPEN 17' lcd that was left behind at a rental property... I plugged it into my dell dimmension 4400 in place of my old analog. It worked fine the fist night, and got up and when turned it on again it had the famed green blinking power light. I switched back to the analog, and just disappointed I plugged in the AOPEN to another power source, and power came on a steady red light. I plugged it back into the puta and it came on again. I have not turned the monitor off again for fear of the blinks, and has been working great for close to a week now. Hope it helps someone else out there. Richard