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The two blink code means the set is turning off because of over-current protection. This, along with your saying that the screen turns orange before the set shuts off, leads me to think your picture tube is bad. What's probably happening is that as the tube heats up (there's a filament like that in a light bulb in the neck of a conventional picture tube) one of the metal elements moves and touches something it shouldn't. This then lets high voltage from the tube get to places it shouldn't and the protection circuit kicks in.
There's no fix for this other than to replace the picture tube. It would be far less expensive to buy a new LCD or plasma TV than to buy a replacement Sony tube. And the replacement tube then needs convergence to get the red, green and blue color beams properly aligned and adjustments to get them balanced. Work done in the field seldom looks as good as the factory job, and it can be disappointing. The LCD or plasma sets don't have these issues.
Now might be a good time to start checking sale prices.
Hi,I've been looking every where online to see who sells screens and haven't found a single website.I suggest to contact the manufacturer to see if the sell it.I know that the price its very costly and sometimes it's better to buy another tv.Have a blessed one!
I will check tomorrow for you and see if one is available if the supplier is open on the 31st. They should be. The outer screen is called the protective screen and it has two more screens behind that. Hope it didn't penetrate that far. The inner screens are far more expensive than the protective screen. I will post prices when I find out and if available or not.
The fresnel screen itself would cost about $300 if that is damaged. If it is an additional screen covering it, then I would expect it to cost about half that price. I'm not sure however if it can be easily removed. Sometimes it's a friction fit, other times it can be a real chore. You may want to contact a local repair shop to do it.