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Analogue TV reception has nothing to do with signals from Blu-ray players.
Connect your Blu-ray player to either a HDMI port on the TV, or use a HDMI to DVI adapter (which is picture only) and supplement it with a a connection for audio via RCA/phono- or RCA/phono to jack cable from the BD player to the TV.
Press the AV Input button on the remote to cycle through the input sockets.
send back in for warranty repair!!! that is what warranty's are for! go to sony,com and look for a warranty repair center near you. you have either a bad back light inverter board or broken back light tubes. if it has leds for back lights then the board the controls them is bad and needs to be replaced by manufacture.
If this is a CRT type TV then the Yoke has shifted thereby the DEFLECTION is out of sync.
Also in the case of SONY TV picture tube , the HSTAT can shift.
Finally a faulty picture tube can cause this issue. Try a deguassing before any alignment is done.
HI.usually when problems occurs without picture, either slanted picture has vertical or horizontal light on it.The one responsible for this is what we called ..PICTURE-TUBE.It is a cathode -ray tube in the television receiver that translates the received signal into a picture on a luminescent screen.It is the picture tube who creates an image that is composed of identical horizontal lines.So any problems in regards to picture whether it only shows vertical or horizontal.its the PICTURE TUBE that was damaged.Hope this idea helps..Thank you for choosing fixya.
It is not ha hard repair. The average shop repair is around 200.00, but the convergence ic's are you r problem. It does require soldering. if you have solder experience the STK ICs are not that hard to replace.
try checking the aspect ratio settings on the device feeding the tv if applicable, i.e set top box, DVD player, etc
Ensure the settings match the tv type, e.g, 16:9 for a widescreen tv. 4:3 may cause cropping of the top/ bottom of the picture if this is set
Those sound like what is called "scan lines" and are the result of the way the picture is "drawn" on the face of the screen. Something in the set is allowing too much drive to the screen, as these are usually suppressed during normal operation...accordianman