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How do I turn off standby mode on a Sony XBR television?

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Here's how, but it will cost you in life expectancy of your TV set. Standby costs a bit of energy but prevents cold components getting a sharp smack of power surge and also lessens amount of heating components are subjected to during start up.
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SOURCE: SONY XBR 60" STANDBY

Check the door for the lamp...over time mine distorted from the heat, and this was an error code for the door now being closed. Temporarilty I wegeded something in there to hold the switch closed, but ended up replacing the door.

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SOURCE: My Sony BRAVIA KDL52XBR2 Television Standby flashed 9 times

9 flashes indicates a panel error, either the panel itself or the TCON board is bad. the solution is the same for both, replace the panel (the TCON board is supplied with the panel). I daresay the cost of the part would exceed the value of the TV

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SOURCE: My Sony Trinitron XBR will

The light says on red because the power source in in protected mode - it has detected a short on one of its outputs and has shut itself down to protect itself and the rest of the tv.
To fix that you must open the tv and test it to identify the failed component (on this tv it's most likely the horizontal deflection transistor or the flyback transformer) - this is something that can be done only by someone with at least a basic knowledge of electronic circuits. If you're not one of them then the only thing you can do is to unplug the tv from the wall (to limit the extent of the damage) and call someone who is - preferably a pro.

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SOURCE: Our Sony XBR Triniton shuts off and the standby light turns on however no picture or sound on television.

You do not have its user manual with you I assumes. Click here to download the user manual to your TV. Refer it. It will have all details you want to know.

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SOURCE: my Sony 32inch is blinking in standby mode and won't turn on

Sorry to tell you this i have the same TV.I have just checked the manual it says TO count how many times the light flashes in 3 second intervals.Then turn the tv off and un plug it from the mains.Sorrry then you will have to ring the Sony service centre and explain the problem.

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