I purchased the tv less than a year ago and within the last 2 month the problem started.
First of all when you turn off the TV, the red light has always stayed on. When you turn it on the red light goes from red to blue, while the tv stays on.
Now when you turn it off the light still stays red, but when you go to power it on the light goes to blue, but then "gives up" and goes back to red. Then you try to power it on again and you'll never see the blue light.
However when I leave it unplugged or just unplug it for a while and then try it it is either hit or miss and the TV will finally come on.
I have checked the electric circuit in the room and it has checked out just fine.
Do you have any idea what my problem is?
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1. You will need to check the units instruction manual. This sounds like the LCD TV is in the "timer" mode that is the tv is set for 120, 90, 30 minutes and then turns itself off. 2. It also maybe a circuit built into the TV to protect the electronic components and will shut down the unit when it senses a heat or voltage change ( this can be a manufacturing defect) call the manufacturer and see if this is a recall. Some time the manufacturer will replace the unit even if it is a gift from the company you work for. The unit has already been purchased and has full warranty status. Hope this helps.
We had a similar issue although our Sony Bravia was 21 months old. We were told by an engineer that the panel has failed and that the cost of replacing it would be about 900. We were also told that this is a very common fault and that the "normal" failure time was within 18mths to 3 years. If you registered your TV purchase with Sony, it might be worth contacting them with the serial number to see if you could get it repaired under guarantee. We have now bought a TV with a 5 year guarantee!!! (not a Sony!!!!)
Since the TV is less then a year old and still under manufacturers warranty, I would suggest to take back to the vendor to get it fix because this LCD behavior is not going to get any better.
The failure on this TV is related to a power supply in most cases if the TV is turning OFF by itself or needs to be unplug to let cooldown and it works afterward.
you might try checking the sap (secondary audio programming) option in your tv if it has one make sure it is turned off. if it is off or does not have that option you will most likely have to take it to a repair shop. i would not try to fix it my self as you will do more harm than good.