Just got my LCD off tiger direct about 4 weeks ago, worked fine up until a few days ago when i turned it on and it had green spots in certain areas. The green spots seem to be a problem with only a certain color, because the green spots never stay in one place. They stick to blacks and shadings. Sometimes ill refresh the tv and its ok, other times it just gets worse, sometimes its not there at all. I tried hooking the tv to my computer and running the dead pixel fixer on my screen for a few minutes. Again, sometimes it fixes the problem, and other times i get nothing. How can i fix this problem? Is there a way to reprogram the tv, or should i buy a new part and take it to a repair shop? Thanks for any and all help.
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I am having the same problem as mg2low. I changed the lamp, but my Sony KF60WE610 still will not turn on. It flashes green several times then it begins to flash red. Can you recommend some trouble-shooting for me? Thanks, Richard
you will need to replace the upper lcd screen, when the power light came off it caused the top and bottom shell to shift back and forth causing the lcd ribbon to become damaged, the flash you see is the power from the botton trying to make it's way to the top, send to ebay ed-kar-3 for $38.00 to fix
It sounds like the output transistors have shorted. This is VERY common. If you want to try to troubleshoot the problem, I'd need to see photos of the inside of the amp. You'll need a multimeter to check the transistors.
Before opening the amp, remove it from the power source.
Since the resolution is severely limited here, send the photos to me directly ([email protected]). If you're going to send multiple photos, please zip them and send one file.
Try running camera directly on DC from charger and see if it stays functioning.
If it does, they you either have:-
1) a faulty Lion battery
2) the battery detect circuit in the camera is faulty (reporting low battery and forcing shutdown)
3) the power switch on top of the camera may be leaky or partially collapsed
4) internal power supply circuit in camera has developed a fault.
Good luck...hope that the issue is the battery.