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I have not repaired this particular model. But sometimes there is an IC they refer to as a standby IC. It may also be known as a controller IC. I call it the powerline regulator. And in one case the older Sony Projection TV had an audio output IC with a standby built into this IC. So,this advice is refering to a standby IC. And this IC may be in another form already mentioned. Please visit a Sony Tech. The work inside a projection TV is very complicated, you will need to see the specialist. Give them this note and go from here. Let me know how they handle the repair.Thanks for asking and good luck!
Standby flashing light shows that tv got some internal problem. How many times standby light is flashing is info that provide info about what section of tv got problem. Count standby light blinks and let me know, there would be 3 seconds long pause in blinks so count pause to pause.
Hi, Standby light flashing is error sign and shows tv got problem some where in its circuit boards. You will notice 3 seconds long pause between red standby light flashing so count pause to pause and post how many times it flashing to diagnose problem of tv. Thanks.
Flashing standby light is an error code that is specific, there would be pause of 3 seconds in flashing, so count pause to pause and let me know that how many times red standby light is blinking to diagnose problem.
The standby light should be flashing in a repeated count with a short pause between the counts. If you could post that count here, it will give us an indication of the circuit in which a problem was found and allow us to provide solutions.