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Sounds like main power regulator board fault. There is no such reset button [external] to modern TV. You should have to enter its service mode option to reset it. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
all u have to do is to Reset Picture and Sound Adjustments 1.Press the "Menu" button. 2. Press the "CH+" or "CH-" button to "Reset" listed on the display. 3. Press the "Volume+" or "Volume-" buttons to move left or right to enter your Reset selection. The Reset will reset all of your picture adjustments, including the color, brightness and tint to the default settings. Reset also resets your sound adjustments to the default settings, like the balance, bass and treble. 4. Press the "Menu" button to complete the resetting process
Hold down the power button and turn off the system. Once the red light is solid, hold down the power button and it will cycle on and then back off with a few beeps in between. Now let go and turn it back on, this should have reset your video. If you have any further issues, google how to reset video on PS3, there are plenty of videos out there.
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My TV had the same problem. I called Sony yesterday and they told me to reset the TV. I did so yesterday, and it seemed to work. Here is the transcript with instructions: Please turn ON the TV.
While holding down the RESET button on the Remote control, press the POWER button on the TV.
The TV will turn itself OFF, then back ON again.
Release the RESET button.The TV will go thru the initial setup, and should work normal.
Problem fixed: I realized that the problem was that with resetting the player it defaulted to the standard video ouput ie no longer sending signal through the component video. I used a standard video cable and connected player to tv with that and it had a picture. Then I changed the setting to progressive output and got picture signal through the component cable again.
Can you please supply us with the make and model as well as the blink count of the green light. That count should be indicating the problem circuit. Once that info is posted, we should be able to give you more details and possible solutions.