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Television timer led blinks 4 to 5 times when power on then shut down

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  • mniang38 Sep 09, 2008

    Sony KP-65WS500 when powered on turns off immediately. the standby led
    blinks 5 times after each 30s. I did open it up, unplug CR board &
    CG board and kept CB board plug. Then, power the TV back on. It stays
    up with the blue CRT gun and never turn off by itself, and then I did
    the test with the green and red CRT guns. conclusion: the TV stays up
    with only one CRT gun at a time. It cant stays up with 2 or 3 CRT guns
    up. Can you help me localize which circuit is acting up and in which
    board is it? Thanks

  • floro_de_guz Nov 01, 2008

    red led blinks 4 times

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Need the model number in order to help you out with the diagnosis. Count the number of blinks as this may be a self diagnosis feature depending on your model number.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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Error code 4. Power LED blinks 4 times than shuts down.


These blinks [flashes] are fault indication (Error Codes). From the number of blinks occur at one time switch ON, you can get an idea about the faulty circuit section inside it. This will make repair easy. These are called blinking codes. Make sure about the exact number of blinking of the standby/power LED, by switching On & OFF the set, for at least two times. Count it carefully. If you wish to get some details, check the site linked here. It has details about blinking codes, and fault locating procedure, to many popular brand TVs and other devices. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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When i turn on my tv it tries to boot, blue mitsubishi home screen come up, i hear fan then it all shuts off while green light blinks.


Try a reset. Start by unplugging for 1 minute, then plug back in & if still won't restart try the following. If none of the following work, you will need a technician.

Initializing the TV in many cases can remedy a problem.
In the 2006 product line Initialization is now a user function.
Pressing the front panel "INPUT' and "FORMAT"
buttons at the same time activates Initialization. When
complete all user settings will have to be set again. The
table in Figure 4-3 list the User Initialization procedures.
Note: Pressing INPUT and FORMAT is the same as
the Initialization in the Option Menu (MENU-2-4-7-0)
Order Name Procedure Results Notes
1 System Reset Press <System Reset>
on Front Panel
Hardware & TV operating
software reset.
POWER/Timer LED flashes for 60
seconds. No customer settings
are changed.
2 User Initialization
Press <INPUT> &
<FORMAT> on Front
Panel at the same time.
All customer Audio &
Video settings are reset to
factory default.
All customer settings will need to
re-configured.
3 Reset System
Defaults
From the remote, press
<MENU> <1-2-3>
<ENTER>
All customer settings
except V-Chip are reset to
factory default.
Netcommand, Channel Memory,
etc., will need to be re-configured.
SERVICER
PROCEDURE 4 Initialization
From the remote, press
<MENU> <2-4-7-0>*
select "INITIAL" press
<ENTER>
All customer settings are
reset to factory default.
All customer settings will need to
re-configured.
MITSUBISHI RESET / INITIALIZATION CHART
CUSTOMER
PROCEDURES
Figure 4-3
Figure 4-4
LED Indications
The front panel LEDs, refer to Figure 4-4, also assist in
determining the cause of a symptom. Figure 4-5 illustrates
normal LED operation. Figure 4-6 shows the
LEDs response when a problem is detected and indicates
the possible cause.
Power/Timer
Indicator
Status
Indicator
Lamp
Indicator Condition
Off Off Off Off (standby)
Blinking green
fast Off Off Initialization (10 - 65 seconds)
Off Off Blinking
green fast Lamp runs for 1 min after PTV off
Green Off Off Power On
Blinking green Off Off Power On Timer is set
NORMAL LED INDICATIONS
Power LED Status LED Lamp LED Condition
High Temperature - check ventilation air flow.
(Temperature sensor is disconnected.)
Off Off Blinking yellow Lamp cover is open.
Lamp failure (Lamp fails to turn on)
Off Off Red (Lamp turns off after lighting)
Lamp is broken
Off Blinking Red Off Fan Stop
Off Red. Off Circuit failure. (Run Error Code Check)

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Power in house was shut off today, when restored, the timer led light by the power switch has been blinking constantly and the power to the TV will not come on...


Thats a common issue for that model which is caused by weak DM capacitors. When the power is down the caps discharge then they cannot recharge when power is restored and the led blinks non stop. Thw WS48511 - WS65511 DM repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com has the caps and the repair instructions which usually solve that issue.

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Power indicator light blinks-7 times. will a new power supply fix it


Physically disconnect the SU board and the SD board. (See precaution # 5)

Plug in the TV and turn it on.

Does the TV shut down and the power LED

blink 7 times?

Yes

No

Replace the Panel and the SU board.

(See precaution #3)

Reconnect the SD board only.

(See precaution # 5)

Plug in the TV and turn it on.

Yes

No

With the SU board and the SD board still disconnected, remove connectors SC2 and SC20 from the SC board (See precaution # 6)

Plug in the TV and turn it on.

Disconnect the SD board and reconnect the SU board. (See precaution # 5)

Plug in the TV and turn it on.

Yes

No

Replace the Panel, SD, and SU board.

(See precaution #3)

Replace the Panel and the SD board.

(See precaution #3)

Replace the SC board.

(See precaution #3)

No

Replace the D board.

(See precaution #3)

Does the TV shut down and the power LED

blink 7 times?

Does the TV shut down and the power LED

blink 7 times?

Does the TV shut down and the power LED
blink 7
There is a sequence that you have to check to figure out which board is bad,

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It keeps shutting off


If it restarts itself, then it most likely is the lamp needing replacement. If it just shuts down and the power indicator blinks 4 times, the fan motor could be bad or the air filter clogged with dust. If the red LED blinks 10 times, it's the power supply that's defective.

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Turn on the TV and only Timer light is on , no sound & picture


after holding down the menu and device the led will blink a two digit error code such as 3 blinks pause then 4 blinks then repeat that sequence a couple of times. Need that blink code to help let you know whats going on. The 34 code means lamp abnormality which translates to the power Pwb capacitors have most likely failed.

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Tv wont turn


The blinking red light at the the front of the television is the "Diagnostic STANDBY/TIMER LED".
This little red light will blink 2, 4, or 5 times and then stay off for three-seconds. And blink again for 2, 4, or 5 times. This cycle repeats. The most common diagnostic code is the 4-blink code.

When the red LED blinks 4-times, it means one of two possible causes:
1) +13V is not supplied on the A-board. Or, 2) IC502 is faulty.

It is best to take this television set to a repair facility and ask that the +13V power supply be repaired.
The copper tracks and integrated circuit pads are very thin and delicate on the KV-24FV12 circuit board, and will easily lift off of the circuit board, if the incorrect desoldering tool is used. Unless one has a good quality PACE vacuum desoldering unit, one should not attempt to repair the television.

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LED Blinking


Okay 2 blinks isnt a error code, so your set isnt shutting down due to a protection issue, so I would suspect one of the low voltage regulator transistors or the horizontal output transistor as being defective

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Panasonic pt-47wx53g


How many times is it blinking? That is probably blinking a code because its shutting down. Let me know how many blinks its blinking and I will be able to tell you whats wrong with your TV

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No picture no sound


Hi,

Probably, the selftest fails while turning on. If this is the case, press input&menu buttons at the same time for 5 seconds, then the green led will start to blink. Let me know how many times the led blinks.

Regards

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