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The solution to this problem was the Relay RY6001 replacement. I was able to find a suitable part from CPC check out:-
for the details. The part fitted Ok when one of the pins is cut off. You do not need this pin so it is OK.
I have a full set of fix it photos if anyone needs them. It took about 40 mins to strip, replace and re-biuld the TV - there are loads of screws to get at the PCB and then you have to put them all back!!
Thanks again to mgnut for all the info.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Hi, After thinking of buying a new LCD tv because my 4 year old sony kdl-l32mrx1 was having problems starting up, i decided to have a look on the internet to see if i could find out any information as to what was wrong, i found these solutions on FIXYA. Sometimes the set would come on first time but mostely it would take several attempts to get it to work, the screen would go into standby mode and the red led would flash six times, the problem was a relay as described, Part RTB74005 on the power board, i managed to get the part from CPC, cost £3.35. So after a couple of hours dismantling the back of the display unit and a bit of soldering to replace the faulty relay (i`m not a technitian, only i only have basic knowledge of electrics) i switched on the tv with fingers crossed, and the tv fired up first time!, tested it ten times to make sure and everything is ok it starts up first time every time now. Thanx very much to the guys who gave the info.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Well in my case the problem turned out to be a faulty relay. Component RY6001 on the G1 power board. If you would like to read the fault finding procedure carried out by my resident expert (brother) please take a look at:- www.agoraquest.com/viewtopic.php?topic=34045&forum=34. Or just search the site using the model reference. Hope this will be of use, from once again a happy Sony owner!
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Edmo I need these pictures and if possible a step by step instruction. I would very much appreciate it.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Sounds like somthing is shorted (hence the crackeling sound) and the unit is going into error protection mode causing ot to go back in stand by. The most common problem is bad caps or shorted fets on the power supply. If your good with a meter, you should be able to open the back of the set and find the problem quickly. Or look at the back of the set when you power it on and see if you can find the arching.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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