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It sound like the TV has gone into stand-by mode...
Try pressing one of the channel buttons, like the channel up or channel down button. That should bring it back out of stand-by mode.
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Turn off the closed-captioning. If it's set for text mode, the screen will blank out an area for the text to be displayed. On channels or programs where captions aren't being used you won't see any problems, but other times you'll have the mysterious black box. Many TV remotes have a single button to control captions, so it's easy to get into text mode without knowing it.
try replacing the power supply board, we as consumers need to stand up and come together against sont, apparently sony needs to recall these tv at there expense, i am sure they get enough calls dailt concerning there product, these expensive tv should last a good 10yrs or so, the money we as consumers put out to sony and other corporations, should not go out after 6mos, 10mos,, 1-2-3-4- or even 5yrs