My sony tv just stoped working. I had a service tech come to diagnose the problem. He said it is the power supply. I cant seem to find a supplier that will provide a power supply for my TV. Any suggestions???????
I have a newly refurbished power supply that works great for a kp53hs10. It even has a 6-month warranty. Unfortunately for me i cant get my T.V. to work with the new fly back i installed. I would sell this one to you for $150 if you would like.
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Re: need power supply
As service rech has iold you that power supply is defective so it is not necessary to replace whole power supply.
you can ask him which part is defective that can be replaced easily.
as reputed company like SONY design is excellant.lot of protective ckts are there.parts are easily available.please request your tech. to replace part which is at fault.
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Ther are no resets the blinking light is the code for the tech to diagnose the issue. Most likely you have lost a circuit board, the most common is the power supply. There are a lot of bad capacitors in these sets and when they die they take the tv with them. Check your manual for the trouble shooting and see if you can tell by the blinking pattern of the lights what the issue might be. The other only hope is to unplug the set for at least an hour and then plug back in and turn on. This sometimes clears a bad code or reading. If not then the set needs service.
1. Your primary side of the power supply or power regulating circuit. 2. Your TV is in need of service. 3. You will need to go to a certified TV Tech to diagnose this issue. 4. this could be the power regulating transformer in the circuit or regulating diodes in line with what are called bypass capacitors. Techs will know then as filter caps.
With the information given here it seems that there is a power supply issue and the TV needs service in the power section or power supply section of the TV. There is a protection circuit that will not power the unit if there is a voltage overload in the primary section of the power on circuit. This is a warning that something in the circuit is not voltage or current correct and has halted operation. You need a service tech to diagnose the issue.
The power up sequence is being interrupted and this could either be the main power supply or a protective shutdown of the supply because of a downstream failure.
The clicking you hear is the activation and dropout of a relay.
If the flashing seems to be in a pattern, it may be telling you what has failed via the coded flashing.
Any Sony service (or service tech) can tell you what the problem likely is if there is a pattern to it.
Most likely it going to be a power supply related problem. The red blinking light is a code for a TV tech to diagnose the problem on the power supply board itself or the board that regulates the power for the screen. Some manufactures call it a Backlight Inverter Board. A TV repair shop should be able to look at it for you and tell you which board is bad. Replacement boards can be found at a good price at Shopjimmy.com
If you have no lights when plugged in, first check the power supply. Check it with an ohm meter or using another computer. If the supply checks good the check the jack on the machine to see if a pin is bent or broken and if it's loose. If it's good then you will need to take it to a tech for diagnosing. At this point the problem will be with the motherboard, and there are several things on the board that can cause this. Some are easy to fix, while others may need board replacement to fix. If the power supply is bad, do not get a Targus universal supply, these do not work properly with many of the Dell machines, buy a Dell original supply.
I work at another site as a repair tech that sells manuals and provides free tech support. We just loaded that model yesterday from our server. Its 241 pages the full factory service manual and sells for 15.99 they email it within minutes of purchase and you get free tech support to help you with diagnosing and repair. heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/