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Re: Sony KP-41S3U Projector TV HV Distributor Block
The only place I know that would have your part and ship to the UK would be at the following link. Leave them a email if you dont see it listed as they only list the most popular parts they have. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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With both of error codes flashing, the problem is trying to figure out wich one to focus on. The flashing 6 code is an indication of HV failure which would then cause a vertical failure(4 blink code). There are so many things that would cause this problem. I can narrow it down to the "D" board to fix your problem. If I were there to troubleshoot it, I could narrow it down further I.E. flyback, HV distribution block. I suggest getting a tech diagnose the exact problem. I wish I could narrow it down better for you. Please take time to rate this solution and if I can be of further assistance, let me know
On that model look for a small yellow cap, half the size of coin, dime. LOOK very closely and you will see a small burnt spot on the cap. The TV uses about 4 of them, they are 120/110 @ 2 kv. There are located in the high voltage circuit.
This the most common, it could be flyback or HV devider.
Good Luck and Day, big irish.
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Remove PCB w/largest heat sinks.Locate STK IC's.
Replace both IC's for reliable repair.
Check pico fuses near IC's-if open,replace with
Note:No hv to be discharged.However,care
is needed removing HV lead from HV block-
Slide rubber cap back,push lead in
slightly,turn cc 1/4,then release
straight out from block.Easy does it!
According to service manual, 8 blinks is a high-voltage error. A link to the manual and a how-to guide for retrace lines is here: