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You can go to all different kinds of furniture stores including electronic stores such as Best Buy. You can find them in big supermarkets like walmart. Just ask an employee telling them the size of the tv.
You can also buy them online on amazon or even craiglist if you want used cheap stands.
They can go anywhere from 100 dollars to 500 new. Used can range anywhere from 20 dollars to 100.
Your problem is your thermal fuse.It is located around the bottom of the compartment that houses the lamp. You will have to remove the lamp and take the bottom back panel off. Then you will have to remove the fan. I ordered the thermal fuse so I would know what I was looking for when I started to replace it. If you take your time and are patient enough you can fix it yourself. I fixed mine and it's working great.GOOD LUCK!!!
VERY Easy to change!!! We took the back off and on the right side by the fan is where it connects, just like KimSm said.. My husband called the shop and they wanted to charge 100 to come and look at it, 100 to take it with him if needed, 50 a night storage fee, 600-700 to fix it... He went as far to tell my husband there was no way we could fix it ourselves, there was soldering involved,circuit boards involved.. All lies!!! I just happened to stumble across this website and I am glad I did.. Saved a bunch of money. Thanks Everyone!!! Harley_Diva
Sony model KDF55WF655 blinking light 6 red flashes,no picture,no sound....
I just replaced my thermal fuse for $4.80 plus shipping handling.Took me 30 minutes to fix and 30 minutes to get dust out of TV.Take off the back of the tv about 8 screws,then remove the fan housing on the right hand side about 4 screws.If you have the new fuse you will know which wire it is ..grey and white.I found it easy to get to the other end through the front panel of the tv only 2 screws ,remove front panel and then remove cover on projection bulb and you will see the other end of the fuse clipped on.Remember to unplug tv. TV is working excellent now .
Thanks to everyone on this website.I have pictures if anyone needs them to repair it.
If your set is going to cost you $495.00 to fix it then you might as well buy a new tv which will be cheaper.from my experience that tv will only cost about between $75.00 to $200.00 to fix.get an estimate from another tech have them take a look at it.before they repair.and let me tell you that it is not the whole power board needs to be replaced just the regulator and some other components.good luck.