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'standby' mode and akb error number

Thank you for taking the time to help

when i push the power button the tv simply comes on - there doesn't seem to be a 'standby' state as you describe - am i missing something?

I did the self- diagnostic test and for the result for the AKB was '66' if you know what that means.

Thanks for any help you can offer

Danny

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  • lindam2580 Jan 30, 2009

    I have the same problem of Standby light flashing 5 times, as well as the screen blinking to black periodically. I see that this is the AKB, but how do you test this...and more importantly, how do you fix this?? Do I need a repair tech to come to handle; are parts needed? Thank you!

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AKB 66 in self diagnostic test means...TV goes to standby (shut-off) for AKB problem 66 times. AKB is White-Balance signal and it is not proper or maintained in your TV. So error signal produced and TV goes to shut-down state.
Regardnig Standby button, its available on remote only. If you push TV Power switch, TV will switch ON, push it again to OFF TV. Power Button on remote set TV in standby status and you dont need to push power button of TV itself.

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