Question about Sony Grand WEGA KF60WE610 60" Rear Projection Television

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Sony dead !!!!

My sony grand wega (or vega) kf-60we610 just shut off. green light flashes constantly and it has a 2 second buzz from left side in the back which repeats every 30 seconds or so. It shuts off after about 3 minutes. Then the led blinks red 5 times...The TV is like 4 years old, and we had a $1200 dollar lamp unit (Replaced for free) about 2 years ago...........

any ideas !?!

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  • Jedi Bassist Apr 26, 2008

    Are those really $1200 like the repair man told me last time or was he just talking big ?

  • Jedi Bassist Apr 26, 2008

    I've seen the lamp online for $129 is the lamp and driver together in one unit

  • Jedi Bassist May 01, 2008

    Where can i download a "how to" type diagram

  • jskaimer Feb 18, 2009

    I have the same picture, red light flashes 5 times. I'm getting ready to buy/intall a new lamp driver. Good times!



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Sounds like lamp and driver need to be replaced again... Lamp is Sony p/n# A-1052-675-B and the driver p/n# 1-468-798-14

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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    William Rayburn Apr 27, 2008

    The lamp can be purchased several places on-line for about 130-180 dollars but that usually doesn't include the lamp housing. At that priced you need to remove the housing and install the new lamp into the housing before installing it into the unit...

    The driver is another story - it's the lamp power supply and they cost about $90.00 dollars plus shipping... Try Vance Baldwin

    As for the labor it all depends on where, when and how it's done... It's going to be the least expensive if you take the unit into the shop. House-calls for a tech can be a real nightmare and something as simple as installing a lamp can turn into hours worth of work, especially if the tech comes ill prepared...

    The bright side to all this is that neither part is too difficult for you to do yourself.

    Good Luck!


  • William Rayburn
    William Rayburn May 01, 2008

    No idea... I don't know that anyone besides Fixya even offers some kind of self-help repair for things like this... Sorry!




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