20 Most Recent Sony KV-32XBR250 TV Questions & Answers


In most of the case, the problem is a defective LCD panel, if is it, there is not worth to fix.

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Aug 02, 2017


Hello

You are a technician and you whats to know the model service code I thinks, and posts this solution.

Use the Remote Commander (RM-Y183, RM-Y184) to perform the circuit adjustments in this section

SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
MODE

1. Standby mode (Power off).

2. Press the following buttons on the remote commander within one

second of each other:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Sound Volume + Power

READING THE MEMORY

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 0 on the remote commander.
3. Press ENTER to read memory.

ADJUSTING THE PICTURE

1. Enter into service mode

2. Press 2 or 5 on the remote to select the device item.

3. Press 1 or 4 on the remote to select an item.

4. Press 3 or 6 on the remote to change the data.


RESETTING THE DATA

Note: Be careful when using the remote! It will clear and re-initialize

ALL NVM data including defl ection adjustment data if not reset
properly as follows:
5. Press MUTING then ENTER to write into memory.

RESETTING THE DEFLECTION NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 7 , then MENU, and then press ENTER on the remote.

RESETTING THE SYSTEM NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 7 , then 9 , and then press ENTER on the remote.

RESETTING THE SYSTEM NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.
2. Press 8 and then press ENTER on the remote.

MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION

METHOD

1. After adjustment, pull out the plug from the AC outlet, then replace the

plug in the AC outlet again.

2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.
3. Call the adjusted items again to confi rm they were adjusted.
Ok.

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Dec 11, 2011


The blinking light is the fault code to enable the engineer to have a good guess at where the fault area lies.
Count the blinks and tell a Sony repair shop, they will have a good idea of the cost.
Hope that helps.

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Mar 02, 2011


Hello
Blinking of standby light in Sont TVs denotes fault indication. You just count the number of blinks occurs each time you switch on the TV. Please switch it ON and OFF by its front panel power switch, and not with the remote control. Do it three or more times, and keenly look at the number of blinks; confirm it, and send it to me through Fixya. OK.

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Dec 03, 2010


(Pasted from the one before -)

Since I can't see your screen, I'll guess.

If the picture shrinks away in the vertical, fast or slow, it is in the vertical control circuit.

If the whole picture shrinks in both axes simultaneously, the high voltage circuit is the culprit.
This section is responsible for producing the accelerating voltage for the beam so if it is dropping out (quite common after years of use) there will be nothing to speed the beam to the phosphor to produce light.

Turn up the intensity when the picture drops out to see if you have any trace of light.
If not, it is the latter problem.

If you can still see a horizontal line that flickers a little (from video content) then it is the first problem described.

IF the flyback (HV) transformer is still available, it will cost somewhere between $25-$100 US (many lower cost sources have disappeared) plus labor.
Depending on whether the fault was the flyback or the high power transistor that drives it, there could be additional parts needed.

Since you indicated that it operates OK for a while, it could also be something as primitive as a failed solder joint and these can be tough to find (=$$ labor).

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Jun 22, 2008


Since I can't see your screen, I'll guess.

If the picture shrinks away in the vertical, fast or slow, it is in the vertical control circuit.

If the whole picture shrinks in both axes simultaneously, the high voltage circuit is the culprit.
This section is responsible for producing the accelerating voltage for the beam so if it is dropping out (quite common after years of use) there will be nothing to speed the beam to the phosphor to produce light.

Turn up the intensity when the picture drops out to see if you have any trace of light.
If not, it is the latter problem.

If you can still see a horizontal line that flickers a little (from video content) then it is the first problem described.

IF the flyback (HV) transformer is still available, it will cost somewhere between $25-$100 US (many lower cost sources have disappeared) plus labor.
Depending on whether the fault was the flyback or the high power transistor that drives it, there could be additional parts needed.

Since you indicated that it operates OK for a while, it could also be something as primitive as a failed solder joint and these can be tough to find (=$$ labor).

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Jun 22, 2008


From the symptoms you describe, it seems the high voltage flyback autotransformer has failed along with the horizontal amplifier (they are slaved to each other). The sound comes from the flyback unit.

Well, the only way to solve this is to get a technician take a look at the set, I'm afraid. Repairs could cost upto $100 or more, depending upon the number of components that need to be replaced,


It may be worth getting fixed up. If you decide to do so, call around, as shops have different rates and different expertise.

Hope that helps!

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Jun 05, 2008


Is this set hooked to cable? Is there a cable or satellite box? When you press the menu button, do you see the menu on screen? Do you see anything on the screen, such as snow, or is it completely black? If the signal is OK and the TV has no picture at all, the red LED on the front of the set should be flashing a certain number of times. If the LED is flashing, the computer has detected a problem in the set and shut the picture off. If this is the case, there is no way for you to bring the picture back by pressing buttons. The number of times the LED flashes is the computer's way of displaying exactly why there is no picture. The set should then be serviced by a qualified tech familiar with Sony TV's. If the LED is not flashing and the menu comes up on screen, check your signal source. If you are using a cable or satellite box, that box could be bad, and if you are using RCA jacks, the yellow (video) wire could be bad or pulled out.

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Jan 13, 2008


your problem is called retrace lines it is due to 1 supply to red out put is absent 2 problem in red video output 3 loose contact in red output ckt 4 connector loose 5 crt base loose 6 circuit from red output of chroma ic to red video input 7 chroma ic defective regards

Sony KV-32XBR250... | Answered on Sep 12, 2007


possible control board overheating or video board look for capacitors swelling on boards

Sony Televison &... | Answered 16 hours ago


If your Sony remote control is compatible with your RCA TV, it will contain the applicable code(s).

Sony Televison &... | Answered 19 hours ago


3 blinks is a error code "lamp door not properly closed" but what it really means is the lamp door is warped from heat from the lamp.

The door if removed has a plastic peg on its back side-the peg when door is in place engages a tiny lever behind it----

What to do?

Remove door and engage the lever with something not metal==turn set on and if it comes on you know the door is the issue.

DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE LAMP- DO NOT OPERATE SET PROLONGED TIME WITH DOOR REMOVED OR COVERED WITH ANYTHING ELSE==THIS IS ONLY TO SEE IF THE DOOR AND SWITCH ARE YOUR PROBLEM.

SD TECH

Sony Televison &... | Answered 3 days ago


An almost complete guess that you are feeding digital into a tv that is incapable of processing it.

HDMI is digital only and an adaptor lead won't convert the signal to analogue. Digital to analogue converters are available but how successful they are I have no experience...

Sony Televison &... | Answered on Sep 10, 2020


Battery failure. A new charger won't cure the problem.

Sony Televison &... | Answered on Sep 06, 2020


You can if the Sony remote control contains codes applicable to the LG DVD player

Sony Televison &... | Answered on Sep 06, 2020

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