Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA XBRKV-40XBR800 40" TV
I want to remove thePIP from the lower right portion of my screen. Can you advise?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have the original remote for this TV on the pip menu (left side slider on remote all the way up) there is a pip off button. If you unplug the unit long enough it should go back to normal. If you go into demo mode and then exit mode you will again be out of the pip. With out the original remote you cannot easily turn pip off.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
pls. use remot menu key and open main menu use DW key and select system menu see the PIP option is "ON" set option is"OFF" .
See the PIP screen is clear.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
Turn it off u leave on to long ur CRT Tube will dies soner.Resolder the FBT,the flyback transformer, the big block of plastic with a red wire with a cap hook to the and the transistor beside it.This transformer is the HV to the CRT to get power.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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Sony sets have several protective circuits that blank the screen if something happens that might damage the picture tube. One of the more common causes is trouble in the vertical output circuit. Given the age of your TV (the XBR models have been around a while), this might also be a symptom of a picture tube starting to fail. Most of these sets have circuitry (called AKB) that adjusts the color drive signals to the picture tube to keep them balanced. If one of the colors is enough out of range the screen will blank. It might be the tube itself, or failure of some part in that AKB circuit. The set might also have defective parts in the input switching or video processing stages.
Unfortunately, I can't suggest any place you might look if you want to try repairing this on your own. This kind of trouble usually needs to be diagnosed and repaired by a professional TV technician who has the service information to track it down.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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