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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tv power wont stay on
The problem that is happening is due to the shutdown circuit activating, which is an indication of excessive current flow. This may indicate a problem in the High Voltage section or in the power supply feed from the HV section. In any case this problem is best dealt with by a trained professional. I would suggest that you take the TV to a qualified TV repair person and have them check it out.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
this is what's known as the yellow light of death. check with sony to see if your unit is still under warranty at this site: https://service1.us.playstation.com/rma.htm?_flowExecutionKey=_c42AAD4C5-D9D7-3A33-625E-9DA8C64771EB_k52930EA4-D8DC-F2F8-7A3D-01F2E5C1A8BA
if the unit is no longer under warranty, we'd be glad to fix this for you. all of our repairs come with a 90 day warranty that covers the whole console not just what we fix. we also offer extended warranties for up to 4 years at an additional cost.
you can contact us at: 214-222-5788 or email@example.com
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
hi , by your description i would say the relay in your power supply is deffective , its not a cost effective repair , so change the power supply
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Posted on Jan 10, 2010
I had this problem also and discovered an easy way to trick it into powering on: Click the power button, then within 1 second of the receiver powering off, click the power button again. The receiver should stay on this time. This works with both the button on the receiver and the remote control.
I would like to know what causes this problem and whether or not I should be concerned about damage being done. I assume this is a power protection. I haven't tried plugging this receiver into a different power socket to test, but I don't think the power plug is the problem. Note: I have the subwoofer plugged into the power plug on the back of the receiver.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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