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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
once you have diagnosed the problem, the following link is to all parts for your tv stocked at partstore. they generally have better prices than the dealers and repair shops.
you can try the dead-tv kit from fixyourowntv if you have some basic experience with soldering and circuit repair.
Five blinks means, "IK (AKB)" (white balance). The probable causes listed by Sony are as follows:
1) Video OUT (IC561) is faulty (A board)
2) IC355 is faulty (A board)
3) Screen (G2) is improperly adjusted.
not sure what the 13 blinks are for.
hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
I'm sorry to say that in today's electronics devices, there is not much support anymore when It comes to service parts.
In many cases the same boards have to be fixed if you want that device to be functional again.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
Your audio output transistors are shorted and your unit is staying in "protect " mode to protect your speakers from 40 to 60 volts that is being sent at them from the shorted outputs. If you can use a meter you won't need the schematic MOST likely because the outputs are USUALLY the only parts that short out. The output transistors( or chip ) are mounted to the large, finned heatsink. The #'s on the transistors start with "2SA-" and "2SC-" followed by numbers. There are two output transistors per channel. If your unit uses an IC for audio output then the # on the IC will be "STK-" followed by numbers. These parts are available from tritronicsinc.com. Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
The television has a protection circuit. Sound like you know something about electronics so that is cool.
I suspect the HOT or High Voltage Transformer. If you want to operate on it, they typically will short externally from moisture or plastic high voltage breakdown. The TV starts, shorts as it cannot come to full high voltage, then shuts down. If your brave, you can unsolder the HOT which is the part that is on the main board or that comes from the top of the picture tube wire into a dark or spaceship type object.look underneath, sometimes they short underneath and you can scrap the carbon and get it to at least start up and work. Do not leave this as a fix as it can be a fire hazard.
The HOT is the most common. They are around 20-60 bucks. 34" TV. I am assuming this one without looking it up it is NOT a flat screen, as most do not squeal like that nor do they have to de-gausse like the old ones. I just looked it up and yes it is not a flat screen. Old school, so that is more thank likely the problem.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
On the main plug there is a single green wire. Jumper the green wire to any black groung wire in the plug and the fan will start and you will have output.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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