Question about Sony KP-61V85 61" Rear Projection Television
Herringbone (and other patterns) can be caused my many faults, the obvious one the tech was looking for was a tuner/interference fault.
Another common cause is a faulty power supply.
Difficult to say without having the TV on the bench.
I'm a bit suspect about the $400 - $500 repair cost though.
Perhaps try another tech?
I doubt it's a DIY repair though.
Let's know how you get on.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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