Hi all, today out of the blue while watching TV, it turned off and it won't come back on again. when I turn the TV on, the light turns grees, blink then turns red and constantly blind 6 times in a row, stops, then repeats. Does this mean that the bulb needs to be changed? has anyone ran into this problem before?
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Re: 42" Sony LCD Projection
The manual indicates a six blink is
"low B error, no"DD 6V" output from "g" board"
the "g" board in a sony is usuall the main power supply board. the center pin of "D1634" is where the +6V comes from, don't short the pins while checking.
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I have a 42" LG LCD TV and just experienced this today. Watching cable,
then the screen went to black, but audio continued. I pressed the guide
button on my remote and pic came on with my guide menu. But then went
to black again 10sec later and has remained that way for nearly an
hour. Tried switching off both cable box and TV, disconnecting and
reconnecting cables, but no luck. Finally unplugged mains, waited a
minute, then turned back on. Everything seems normal now after the
If these are oth LCD projection have them looked at. The light engine will need to be relaced and has an extended warranty on some models for this case. Call Sony with the serial and model to verify and they can tell you in your area who is a qualified Sony servicer. Circuit City can handle these if they are covered by the light engine warranty.