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On my sony tv stand by/timer flash 4 times what can i do to fix it

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My tv did the same,this means your tv needs serviced.Mora than likely it is the bulb gone out in it.These are expensive but east to replace yourself.Just make sure to dispose of the old one properly.You can look in your manual how to change the bulb,that way you can pull it out and check it,see if theres any discolorations or broken pieces in it.You might only need a Phillips head and a small flat screw driver. head to get it out.

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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SOURCE: sony tv timer light flashes wont turn on

Same exact thing happened to my 27" Trinitron purchased in 1998. I tried all the rudamentary stuff that Sony had on their esupport page, but nothing worked. In our case, it went out while my daughter was watching it. I think the time has come to scrap it, and consider a different television, and I don't think I'll go with Sony this time. I hope the rest of you have better luck.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony Trinitron Color TV KV-35V65 - No Picture, red light stand/by timer flashing

A reset won't fix this. The standby light should be blinking a repeated count with a 3 second pause inbetween. Post that count here. That will indicate the circuit/condition that is preventing the set from turning on.

Thanks,
Dan

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony WEGA Fails to Turn On Stand-by Timer Flashes 7 Times

Follow the instructions from the image provide and see if that works, if it does not work; you have a hardware failure in your TV. The hardware failure could be the HOT or flyback transformer.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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SOURCE: tv turns on then off, stand by timer light blinks 4 times

You need to replace the power supply unit on this as it has malfuctioned there about $90 bucks plus labor on that.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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try to press the timer button repeatedly untill u see time 00 is desplayed may be u solve your problem if it is in sleep timer mode and if u managed to rset timer to 00 and the problem persist your tv has a high voltge problem it delay to charge the tube.

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