Just purchased a new receiver for my home system, old one died. Components:
Sony Videoscope XBR MOD KP 53XBR45
Sony Receiver STR-DG600
Sony DVD / CD player DVP- NC615
Sony VCR SLV-660HP - NEW
Direct TV satellite receiver D10-300
Bose Acoutimass 5 Series II speaker system
Connected system and was able to play DVDs, CDs, Tapes and satellite TV on Video 1. I turned system off at night and my wife turned it on next morning not knowing which buttons to press. I can now play DVDs, Tapes and CD's without problem but cannot get satellite TV reception. Video 1 no longer receives TV signal, I can scroll through the video 1,2,3 etc and once I pass video 6 I get a fuzzy TV screen and can barely make out any sound. Somehow it seems the connection between the Receiver and TV was lost. Have read my manuals over and over and can't seem to correct it.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Please post both the exact model number (on the back) and the blink count. The standby light should be blinking a repeated pattern. That info will indicate the problem circuit and allow us to provide you with the proper parts/steps to resolve this.
Hey, found the problem. Your Convergence IC chip went bad. Buy one at Bluestar International Components (bluestar-online.com) - order part number STK392-010 for 6.99. I've read that there are two in the system and replacing them both at same time is a good idea...so, order 2. Now, if you are handy, it will require you to open the back of the TV and solder out the old chip and replace with new. If not, then you might as well call a TV repair person and have them fix. However, every place I've called works on a minimum fee for "large screen TVs" - the cheapest I could find in Atlanta was $399 minimum service fee. So, I'm going to risk the home sodering job .... it's a 10 year old TV and as good as it's been to me, if I screw it up, I feel I've gotten my money out of it. Good luck with your repair. My parts are on order.
yes, I did manage to fix the problem. but you see as i thought this was a forum where my question would be answered for free and instead you email and tell me to get the answer i need to buy your premium service, if you want to know how i did it, the cost is only a meager $9.99. i accept paypal. what a waste of my time this site was!
I assume that problem is dirt on laser lenses. If you don’t get any result after this, than you can replace receiver with new one. If you want to use your existing speakers with new receiver with integrated amplifier, you must pay attention on wattage, to be same like old one (i.e. 100W), and also resistance (i.e. 4 ohm). If it’s same like old receiver, you should have no problem. Good luck.
just need to balance the three colors red,green and blue that may help remove the front covers and look for black module that have sccree and focus controls just move a little bet left or right be carefull because you can loos the picture e-mail me for more info