My Sony KV-27FS12 was moved from den (connected to cable box) to an upstairs bedroom (connected directly to cable jack in wall). Picture is very distorted, with intermittant "no signal" messages. Sound is OK when signal is picked up. This is the kicker: The tv works fine when we hook it back up in the den through cable box. The old tv from upstairs works fine when directly connected through the jack in the wall. Therefore, the Sony 27" is working ok, and the cable jack is working ok, but for some reason the 2 just don't jive.
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blink once a second, no pausing - No reply from the jungle IC301 (data bus is
busy, shorted to ground, or held high), IK video path is defective. If you want to know more about the blinking codes to Sony Brand TVs, check this link.
When I first purchased a cable plan I only had one TV in my house and it seemed like a waste to get multiple cable boxes for TV that I had not yet purchased. When the prices came down on TVs I decided that it was time to get a set to go in my bedroom upstairs but I didn't have a cable box to connect to the set.
I could have gone out and spent a $100+ on a new bulky cable box that is not really all that pretty or I could get a video transmitter that will extend my signal to the upstairs TV set for around $50. Even though it takes a little bit of set up the results are great, I can even use the one remote on both television sets.
To set up your video transmitter first you have to take the transmitter and receivers out of the box and make sure that they are both set to the same channel. This will ensure that they will read each other. Then you take the cables that came with the transmitters and connect them to the back of the cable box, matching up the yellow, red and white cables to each other. Position the transmitter box so that it is lined up with the signal transmitter of the cable box.
Then you want to go upstairs to the second TV and connect the receiver to the back of the television set the same way that you connected the transmitter to the cable box. Take the remote from the set downstairs and it should have extended the connection of the cable box to both TV sets. Now you are able to control the cable box from upstairs and watch your stations on both TVs.
blinks - No vertical Deflection (V STOP), Screen goes to a single horizontal
line then the video signal muted. Check IC1509, Q1505 Vertical sweep failure. Check all the solder terminals to vertical output IC. If it do not help, replace that IC.
IF the unit is completely dead (no standby light at all) then teh main fuse is most likely open. Try replacing that first. If the stnadby light is on, then when you attempt to turn it on, the light shouild blink. If so, the blinking should be a repeated count with a short pause between sequences. Post that count here as it will indicate what circuit has the problem. We will continue from there.