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Sony WEGA KV 32FS100

No picture. Standby light blinks 4 times. Tried unplugging and restaarting. Same problem

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  • efcslc Jul 30, 2008

    No picture, tv is blank, standby/timer light flicks on and off. Mashed all the buttons on the remote and nothing seems to work. Please help, cannot afford a new tv

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    has no picture no sound

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No picture. Standby light blinks 5 times. Tried unplugging and restarting. Same problem

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