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Re: I am working on this tv it has no picture and there...
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Hi, If you see standby red light blinking on Tv front with 3 seconds interval then count its blinks from pause to pause and let me know, its an error code. And if TV does not even show standby light then check fuse in power supply that would be blew off for some reason, replace it. Still problem? let me know with exact model number of your Sony TV. Thanks.
The flashing power light on those Toshibas is usually caused by capacitors on the power board having failed solder connections. I have fixed them before by removing the power board and resoldering the capacitors. If you have experience with soldering and electronics it is an easy repair. Most shops will recommend replacing the entire board since their labor to repair it would probably cost more. Toshiba put out a service bulletin on this issue which a good technician should be aware of. (If memory serves the capacitors are C109 and C110. Since your TV still turns on you probably haven't blown fuse F860 which often blows when these capacitors act up.)
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A red blinking light could mean that the lamp timer is at it's limit and it is time to change the lamp. You will also have to reset the lamp timer by pushing and holding down 2-3 buttons on the tv or remote. Refer to your user guide for the proper way to reset and or change your lamp.
You really should give make & model number when posting, it helps us immensely, your lamp and possibly the ballast is bad, start with a new lamp first, odds are very good that it will fix your problem, can`t help more without manufacturer and model number, good luck, ps, order the original lamp, generics are junk and a waste of your money.
You will need to check the inputs on the television. You more than likely have a bad video in signal. This can be a bad cable or a loose connection either at the input of your television or at the output from your receiver, (cable or satellite). First, try wiggling the cable and then try replacing it. This should fix the problem. If not, your signal may be routed through a stereo or other switching device?