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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no picture just comes sound
sounds like the Backlight has failed, if you look closely at the screen you should be able to see the image changing, but as there is no back light there is no luminescense so it will appear black or grey, It is probably the backlight inverter or element that has failed, if this is within warrany organise with them to fix it for free,
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
I would first check the back-light and the inverter. usually these are what causes the problems in LCD displays. If the inverter is bad most likely the back-light will have problems. If you need to replace the back-light 9 time out of 10 you will require a new display element.
I hope this helps
Henry A. McKelvey
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
I have a sony KDF-E60A20 projection tv. The picture would go out for about 30 seconds and come back on. It would continue to cycle this way. The green power light would stay on and not flash. The sound would go off when the picture went out and come back on when the picture came back on. I tried taking the bottom cover off the back exposing the fan and blowed it out with a vacuum cleaner, also taking out the bulb and blowing it out. That didn't help. So I ordered a new bulb from Advancedlamps.com and that's what it was. I have now had it on and off for two days and no problems. Cost of lamp was $107.00 including shipping. Good Luck!
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: SOUND BUT NO PICTURE
I had the same problem today with the same symptoms. I tried a power reset, removing the cables, checked all inputs and got the same symptoms.
I found a temporary fix. When I turned the TV on, I immediately press the backlight but on the remote until the bar appears then lower the setting down to 10. This may take a couple of tries of powering the TV off/on. Once I got the setting lowered to 10, the picture stayed on. If you invoke any of the presets it will change this setting. I'm going to call someone and try to get more information on a permanent fix.
I hope this helps, at least I got the picture back.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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