Hey... I've had a few ongoing issues with my TV which is less than 4 years old. First I occasionally got a pop up on the TV saying I had to go through the initial set up process and auto program. I though this may be because of dead batteries in the remote, but after changing them, the problem persisted.
About a week ago my remote went completely dead - not a battery issue, but when I turned the TV on from the TV itself, all was fine.
Yesterday I tried to turn on the TV, and the standby light was flashing. I couldn't get a picture, and the TV just scrolled through Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, and Video 4. When I tried to use panel on the TV, nothing worked. Every button on the TV (volume, channel, setup, menu) would not function as normal - it would only scroll through the different Video 1, 2, 3, 4...
This is due to switches malfuction due to corrosion in switch and dust accumulated in the switch. Since you rarely used switch now after failure of remote of remote control you tried to operate the switch. Another thing you said did"t get picture, maybe memory problem is there. This can be sorted out by the technician only.
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I have the same issue, we've had to change our bulb three times in less than two years. now we have 61" expensive paper weight. Our current bulb is less than 6 months old. The TV is only 2 years old and like i said this is our third bulb.
the blue light blinks 4 times. you get sound. then a few minutes the the picture returns... then it goes out, and the cycle goes on.
Sounds like a typical high-voltage failure. Could easily cost
another $300 to have it fixed. If it is less than about 6 years
old I'd say it was worth fixing. If you want to DIY, then pull
all the electronics out (label all the connections) and send it all to
either Module Exchange at 972-298-1212 or PTS Electronics
Volume is too low on my old Sony Trinitron KV-27S45
Can i fix it with out parts?
no as it requires tech help as tv is high voltage device.
would it be less expensive to just purchase a new tv?
it would be less expensive.
no need to purchase new tv.
please get check
1 speaker paper cone might be hard or defective
2 loose contact in sound section
3 supply to sound might be absent.
4 connector loose.
5 any capscitor defective in sound section.
6 ic might be defective in sound section
hope this will help.
Something is breaking down. Possibly a specific ceramic capacitor on the main power pcb that has been troublesome. Usually there is just a loud pop and the screen goes dead. If the set is less than a year old it is still on parts warranty and the technician could just change circuit boards until the problem is gone.