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Tv turrns on and then off

Sony turns on blue looses the no signal sign fades then tv turns off turn it back on same thing

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Turn on the big screen sony tv, but fades to blue


You probably have a bad BLUE CRT. Due to the cost and the length of time it would take to repair, I would not invest the money into it. It would require a Qualified Service Person to come to your home and remove the BLUE CRT assembly and send it back to SONY to be rebuilt. Estimated cost would be around 800.00. I would check prices of a replacement set.
I hope this helps,
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Check your video inputs or cables for wear from the signal your using. Does it do it on other inputs (DVD, game etc??)

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This is easy to fix, pull off the front grill and turn the bottom left trim pot anti clockwise until the picture comes back. I am asuming the picture there and then it fades to blue. There is a step by step instruction on how to get the whole thing apart http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/06/sony-projection-tv-red-line-repair.html

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blue crt shorting use crt restorer to lift short or replace picture tube /crt

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The picture on my Sony KP57WS500 is starting to fade to blue after being on a short period of time. ANY IDEAS?


Good Day;
A blue picture after it's been on for a bit is normally one of several things. The most common for your Sony is the CRT, tube, the second most common problem is the blue CRT 'IC'(chip). The IC is located is on the blue crt board.
The best way to determine this is to remove the speaker grill(on front of TV), then inner panel, the blue tube will be on your right hand side. Remove that little board at the end of the tube.THIS AFTER YOU HAVE UNPLUGGED THE POWER FROM THE WALL. Plug TV back in turn TV on. If TV comes on with picture and there is no blue in the picture, The tube is bad, if TV turns off it's the IC.
Good Luck, BI.

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Sony KP-51HW40 51 in. Rear Projection turns blue


Hello......
First reduse the G2 voltage for the blue c.r.t,and watch if the unit works for longer period (offcource blue colour will be not present).After reducing G2 voltage to blue c.r.t still behaves the same than c.r.t is faulty and you have to replace.
Pls count the red led blinking when it goes off,incase it goes to std by mode.
Gopali

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you are experiencing one or more of three things
1.the crt itself is damaged
2. the vertical ic on blue crt board is bad
3. the focus block is bad
if you hire a sony authorized technician they should be well aware of this problem.

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does it have blue video image?

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Picture then fades to blue.


Please post me on this as well. My Sony just turned 4 yrs this Jan and just last week it started having the same problem. -Thanks!

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