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Re: kp-53xbr200 SONY video shuts off but sound stays on
Sounds like a bad solder connection. When you lose video, does the on screen display still work, and if so how about your picture in picture? If no OSD or PIP works then you may be loosing your High Voltage to the picture tubes. Some circuit board assemblies are no longer available from Sony for this model so you may be out of luck if the problem is more than a bad connection.
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Oh, yea - another misaligned projection TV. All rear projection TV's seem to eventually get this disease. Fix: perform a "convergence," which will converge all 3 color projectors to the same point. How-to video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=esk4nYZKFcg how-to instructions: www.ehow.com/how_2034880_perform-convergence--tv.html
Five blinks is a video abnormality detection and I am all too familiar with this repair... One or more of the crt's in this unit has a bad set or failing guns in it... You can have a local tech bring out a crt tester and rejuvenate the tube for a temporary stay but it will eventually fail for good and in a short period of time it will be one or the other - - VERY expensive to repair or off to the dump...
Please don't kill the messenger!
This is your Picture tubes getting very weak.( low in emission ) You have three in there and I guarantee they are no longer available so I would start thinking about investing in a new set, but use that one until you can't stand it anymore.