Over the weekend the TV decided to stop showing the picture - we have sound for all the channels but no picture. Have swapped round scart cables and checked for any loose connections but cant think of anything else to do. Any ideas? thanks Katie
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I had the same problem. all the service reset would only make the display come on for a few second with no "k" on the screen - only the channel would show up. I purchased a complete set of board for the lcd on ebay, and started swapping them one by one. The inverter boards were the culpret. Tele working 100% since that board swap.
These tv's receive digital on the atsc 8vsb. Do you know what there broadcasting in New Zealand ? It could be that a Sony tech there can fix your problem. The TV can be set-up for a different digital broadcast and Sony is all over the world even in New Zealand .
since it's broken, proceeded to disassembled LT27HVX, re-seated connectors that go to the main circuit board that's in the middle of the tv, there are 3 (single row, about 15 or more pins) connectors, simply unplugged / plugged them several times to clean the contacts, must have been a bad connection somewhere, LT27HVX now works fine, only recommeded if you're technically inclined to open up the tv.
i am a technician and i too have this issue. if any of you can get a schematic and service notes, send them to trae3@live .com and i WILL find the problem and report to each of you. i cant get any help from sears all i need is to speak with a technician who actually works on these things, get the paperwork and then i am sure it is a matter of a module swap. any info will help us!
Is this TV connected to a digital box or directly to an antenna? If its connected to a box then suspect the box first. If the box has been swapped with another one and still does the same thing, then the TV has a bad tuner and/or digital board. The tuner in most TV's is part of the digital board and must be replaced together.