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Cost for repair and the part isn't worth it old chap, especially when the holidays are coming around the corner and retailers are hurting for business. Why not get a lighter LCD or plasma tele with better 1080 resolution then stress over trying to save this old dog? Off to the heap with it is what I say.
I think, TV screen has white-balance failure thats why TV light blinks 5 times.
While living in Pakistan, I can't fix your TV there. In my point of view, it doesn't cost much and you should contact nearest Sony repair shop.
Unless you know Solid State Electronics, there is nothing you can do. At best, You could unplug the TV, remove the back cover, slide out the Circuit board, and check the fuses. They will be at the front of the Circuit board, left hand side. But in all likelihood, it is not just the fuses, the Power Regulator STR would also be short circuited (happens often in SONY TVs) and so it is best that a professional technician have a look.