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One must preheat the oven to the desired baking temperature. If the oven is turned on and the food immediately put in to bake, it will take longer to bake the first batch than the second and subsequent batches, because the oven need a few minutes to heat up.
In other words, the oven isn't at 350 degrees the instant you turn it on. It takes about 15 minutes for the oven to reach 350 degrees. I hope this helps.
This is because the word files are very small and only take seconds to process. However the pictures are much more complex and will take a lot longer to be process by the pc and the printer. However 10 to 15 minutes is far too long. what is the size of the picture in megabytes and at what resolution are they? the higher the resolution the longer it takes. Also your printer is probably set to best picture quality and this too will take longer. You should also think about increasing the ram in the pc as this will help reduce the times.
You have to check the picture tube base socket. After some years of use the contacts of the base socket will become bad (normally the screen pin and focus pin). Just replace the CRT socket it will solve your problem. You can find the CRT base socket on circut board at the end of picture tube neck. Pull the circuit board straight to back,do not shack. It will damge the picture tube pins.And replace the socket with the same type. You will get it from any of the electronic spare part shop near to you. Remember one thing remove the socket from the circuit and keep it with you as sample when you are going to purchase a new one, Because there are different types of CRT sockets are avilable. Purchase one which is similar.
common problem you have a bad cap or 2 in your power board this board is the one where tour ac cord plug into these can like caps will be puffed up on top the values are written on the sides on the device replace them and your good to go
I went to the Sony support page for your model.(link below)http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=KP61V85&LOC=3
They are undergoing maintenance right now, so I couldn't find any answers for you. I would check back with the website to see if they can help you. If the Standby timer light flashes, you may need to have the TV repaired. There is a "Hot Topics" section for "How to troubleshoot television picture issues" that will probably be very helpful to you.