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Standby button blinks no picture no sound tried to reset and restart tv does not turn on

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  • vicbauer Mar 20, 2008

    13 blinks then 2quick on and on and on

  • jbjunk1 May 09, 2008

    I have the KV-36FS120 and this started a few days ago after an electrical storm. It came back a few times after hitting the poswer button a few times repeatedly. It will not come on anymore and it flashes 9 times. I called the local repair shop and they said this meant it was either a power supply failure or some internal signal failure.

  • letgod May 10, 2008

    I have a 36" Sony Trinitron Wega with the same problem but I have never counted the blinks. It blinks all the time when I turn it on. Someone suggested to me that it was a problem with the mother board and was not worth fixing it. Is this true?? I really don't want to buy a new TV, however it sounds like I might have to. pganj@hargray.com

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The set should show a repeating blink "count". Please post that count here. When the set enters protective shutdown, the circuit where the problem occurs is indicated by the blink count. With that info, I can point you to the faulty circuit as well as the most likely defective parts.
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