Question about Sony KP-61XBR48 61" Rear Projection Television

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TV wont turn on

I have a SonyKP-61XBR48 and when I turn it on I can hear the start up sound but then the standby light starts flashing. It starts off as 2 flashes then it flashes 7 times and repeats. The TVwas a little cold when I brought it inside and plugged it in and sometimes when I plug it in it turns on by itself. I am not worried about that part it is just that it does not turn on now. The place I got it from had it in use and it worked fine and the first time it turned on I heard sound but no picture and now there is nothing. Any help would be great.

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  • Dawnj588 Mar 04, 2009

    Wont come on standby flashes 7 times can you help it is a Sony

    KP-61XBR48

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Please post the link with the manual. My KP-61XBR48 wont turn on at all, blinks steady with no pattern or sequence.

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2 blinks is Over voltage protection and 7 blinks is high voltage shutdown. You will need the service manual to even begin to diagnose this set with two codes. Let me know if you need me to post a link of where you can get the service manual.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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According to the manual (you can see it here) page 122 that describes 3 red flashing lights:

"The lamp cover is not attached securely. When you secure the lamp cover, the POWER / STANDBY light flashes in red and the LCD projection TV enters the standby mode (see page22)"

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