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Why does my on timer light stay on (not blink) but yet I can't get picture or sound

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Sounds like the power supply needs to be replaced with the symptoms given. Any person with electrical experience will be able to put a new one in. These tvs are starting to be outdated, so if you are looking for an excuse to upgrade to an LCD tv, now would be the time. Otherwise, let me know how this turns out.


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Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: blinking lights on the power button

replace the lamp.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: standby blinking no picture or sound

Ok. I think you'll need an IC or a PSU.

Posted on May 24, 2009

SOURCE: tv picture is going out and standby/timer light blinks

Hi Kevin!

The issue may be related to the projection lamp in the TV and replacement may be required. However, before replacing the projection lamp in the TV, you may perform the troubleshooting steps mentioned below.

Please disconnect all the cables from the TV including the power cable then reconnect them after two minutes. Please make sure that the the power cable from the TV is directly connected to a functional wall outlet. Next, you may try connecting any other video source such as cable box, DVD player, Blu-Ray player, Playstation, etc. If the issue persists then try resetting the TV to the original factory settings.

Please follow the steps mentioned below to reset the TV to the original factory settings:
(i) Turn the TV ON.
(ii) Press and hold the Reset button on the Remote Control supplied with the TV, then press the Power button on the front panel of the TV.
(iii) Next, release the Power button. The TV will turn itself off, then back ON.
(iv) Release the Reset button.

If the issue persists then you may replace the projection lamp in the TV.




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SOURCE: Blinking timer light, No picture or sound.

Ur high voltage is dead,the FBT,the flyback transformer,the big black block of plastic with a red wire with a cap hook to the CRT(tv tube).That is dead.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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