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Sony Rear projection TV

I have an old Sony rear projection TV that doesn't show a picture when I turn it on. The TV just flashes this red let that says timer underneath it. It deosn't show and picture nor does it have any sound. Can you suggest anything?

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  • Leroy Brown Aug 26, 2008

    will do I will look at it tonight, thanks so much.

  • Leroy Brown Aug 27, 2008

    It's a Sony 48" rear projection

    Model #KP-53S65

    serial #9101665

    The TV just blinks it never pauses. I counted at least 100 blinks before I just turned it back off.



    It's 10 years old but it looked better than the 52" RCA that I have in my living room. I would hate to trash it.

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There should be a certain number of blinks then a slight pause then it will keep repeating that sequence of blinks. Let me know the model number of your sony and how many blinks it does in between pauses and I will help you with it. Please respond to this same post when replying.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Aug 26, 2008

    youre welcome, just let me know and I will help you out with it.

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