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The on button flashes between sleep and timer but the set does not come on.

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  • palumbo353 May 29, 2011

    My question regarded a 1987 TV not phone! When the off/on button is depressed the indicator light alternates between sleep and timer and then goes out completely. The TV does not go on.
    It is a 1987 Sony Trinitron 27 .
    Thanks

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Blink problems with these sets are usually failure or intermittent failure of the 2 control chips on the D board IC6501 and IC8002 both are MCZ3001D available from www.mcmelectronics.com

Now you have 3 options all of the options require that you have reasonable practical ability?

1 Replace the chips you would need good soldering skills

2 Take the D board out and send to www.moduslink.com and they will fit the chips for you you just take out board and re-fit

3 Replace the complete D board subject to availibility

The 4th option a technician would charge about $300 for this done in the home in about an hour

Let me know which way you want to go with this please

Sorry it wasnt something easier

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Sounds like a firmware problem. Could you please provide me the model/brand of the phone? this will help me pinpoint what needs to be done to the phone. Please indicate also what you want to do to your phone and how you came up on that screen.

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