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Sony kp_51ws500 red light blinks 6 times

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    sony kp-fx43m31 all so red light flashes 6 times

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SONYmodel # KP51WS500 tv work for 45 minutes then blankout with a blanking red light


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Sony KP-51WS500 tv went red screen on me it has 4 blue lines going across also has blinks 6 times.. what do you think this might be..


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KP-51WS500 Flashing 6 Times


Well, it's DEFINITELY the High Voltage power supply is DEAD! Won't start up...or goes into OVERVOLTAGE SHUTDOWN....

Most of the time it's overvoltage problems...

The KEY to knowing which one is actually occurring is the amount of time it takes before the 6 blinks occur...

A DEAD HV circuit takes a lot of time, while the OVERVOLTAGE will take less than 40 seconds for it to register the 6 blink code....

In this case (overvoltage) replacing the HV oscillator/regulator IC is mandatory...

A dead HV circuit could be anything in the HV circuit, from the Regulator IC to the HV splitter...
It's really wiser to consult a TV technician on this....

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