I have a sony wega that is about 6 years old. Recently, I have lost sound. Usually, I have optimum sound when it is turned up less than half way. Now I have to turn it up as far as it will go to get less than optimum sound. What could this be?
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The 6 or 7 blinks usually indicate a problem in the horizontal circuit. Since the TV recovered once, the problem is most likely to be a bad solder connection in that area. If you can solder, resolder any connections on the board that appear grainy or have rings. That may resolve the problem. If not, update this and we'll look elsewhere for defective parts.
Sony have alot of audio issues i would suspect audio ic board it is not a hard repair but these sonys are hard to take apart.
I have a tv shop and we do a lot of these estimate would be aroud 200.00 they are very heavy so you would not want to bring it in. Im not sure of road call fees we charge 45.00
There are 3 components that control color, and it sounds like one of those are bad. You will have to get it repaired. I would talk to your local repair shop, and see what their estimate is, before deciding on repair or replacement.
Sorry to say, it sounds like a bad picture tube, But could be also the capacitor that filters the screen voltage on the crt drivers. In all my years though, your complaint has been the picture tube. Good Luck.