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I pressed "Demo" on the front of my TV and it worked, I have an old Sony KP-53XBR35 VIDEOSCOPE XBR - no original remote and the Universal remote has PIP button but would not shut it off.
Finally it's off!!!!

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Feb 07, 2016

Its D/A converter is faulty. Contact the authorized service centre for Sony. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" will make surf easy.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Mar 21, 2014

No, if the picture of your tv screen is clear when when you watching. the troble of your tv is looseboard, and you replace your CRT socket too.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jan 31, 2014

The fault should be with its supply voltage to video output section circuit. Check this voltage. Check the smoothing capacitor used there. The video output card stage, can be located at the back [neck] of the picture tube, will directly plugged on to it; and can be pulled back out gently. Take care. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Check this link for more details. Pull up older posts.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Nov 24, 2013


In your TV [PIP] is on I thinks. Press the PIP button on your remote control repeateadly to ellimite this window. OK.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Feb 12, 2013

it sounds like it may be ur picture tube or one of the small tubes in back or possibily a fuse i would say fuse

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jun 09, 2012

If you can't find one, it won't be of any consequence, the electrician will buy you a replacement.
Why not repair the power supply in your set?

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jan 01, 2011

You have stated that your TV has a lot of horizontal lines before it went off picture. We say that lines as retrace lines. So many of them will there on the entire screen, at about one inch or so apart, horizontaly scattered along with picuture. At that time, you may be unable to down the brightness control also. Even though you have reduced the brightness control to zero position, there will be some brightness level on the screen. You should have to repair that fault at the begining. There is a voltage going to the picture tube base, known as screen voltage. That voltage determine the emission of the picture tube, and we call it a bias voltage. When it goes higher than normal, this trouble ie retrace lines will occur. In long run it may spoil the picture tube itself. I don't know what the case of yours.
Anyway it is best for you to consult an experience technician in this case. Ok.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Nov 05, 2010


Yes,there is a fuse that can blow.

The fuse is located on the G board, the power supply, and is marked F601. it is rated 6.3 amp 125 volt. The Sony part number for this is 1-576-193-11. If you find it to be blown, take the old fuse with you to any electronics hobbyist store and they will be able to assist you with the correct type.

What are your symptoms that lead you to believe the fuse has blown. Do you have any lights up at all?

Be sure to disconnect from the Mains power at the wall socker before you do anything. This set has voltages internally that can kill you.


Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Aug 13, 2010

A power surge seems to be the cause of the problem. The first thing to replace would be the main fuse on the power supply board(usually 6A or 10A). Replace it and see if it resolves the issue. It is right next to where the power cord goes into the board.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jul 19, 2010

fuse has blown.replace with exact same size.you may be lucky.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jan 24, 2010

Bad Picture tube,and Flyback transfomer, shorted hori output.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jan 24, 2010

Your picture tube is just about to go. This is a common problem with older Sony's. You will eventually see it go out and not come back. You may want to start looking for a new set. Thanks

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Nov 02, 2009

The set is probably magnetized and needs degaussing (demagnetizing).
All CRT type TV's have an internal demagnetizing circuit that is engaged when the set is first turned on after being off for the day.
If this circuit is working then you sometimes hear a "bonk" sound (about 1/2 a second long) when the set is first turned on. If this circuit isn't working the set will become magnetized over time and will have to be degaussed using a degauss coil available at a TV repair shop (cost aprox. $35.00) and you should have the circuit checked at the same time. A set will also become magnetized if a large speaker (magnet) or motor is close to the TV. Be sure to vote/rate me if this helped Thanks!

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Oct 19, 2009

Im sorry to tell you my freind, these sets are so common for the tubes to cause this problem.. The repair guy should have told you that they shot the tube and there is no warranty on a repair such as this.. Do yourseld your wife and your wallet a favor. get rid of this set as they will string you along so far till you get fed up. Again no disrespect intended at all. Just some freindly insite. Good Luck Please do not forget to rate this thread.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Aug 26, 2009


That's correct. As you have no picture and no sound, you need to replace flyback and power transistor.

What i would advise you that you can purchase the flyback and Horizontal output resistor online and you can also fix it yourself. That would help you save certain bucks.

Any further help, let me know.

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Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Apr 22, 2009

Another person was able to program.
Thank you for your service.

Sony KV-35V35 TV | Answered on Jan 28, 2009

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