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The 5 blinks usually means a loss of video which can be caused by the failure of a number of transistors or an IC. It is unlikely that the trip home caused this. I assume from your problem description that turning up the screen control had no effect. Is that correct? I'll look this model up and try to get more specifics for you.
Sorry to take so long to get to you. Most sony Tuve TV's are pretty good performers for colour. If you are into that sort of thing, so can be worthwhile fixing. If it has power supply problems, may cost you up to $200 to fix. Rule of thumb, if repairs are more than half the replacement cost, it is uneconomic to repair.
Refere to Sony Blinking Codes :
5 Blinks ===> cause AKB circuit (AKB). Something is wrong with the video. check components on the C board, also check the A board. Also unit be in IK blanking, try turning up screen slightly.