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Sir Myself Raj, My Sony Tv Projection Model is kp -es53me1. We are using this tv since 8 years. Now recently we are facing a problem with it. The problem is, The Picture quality is not good. Total screen & pictures are appearing as blur. Would you please give the solution for this?
You have problem with convergence. Have you tried adjusting in the users menu. This is a common problem in this type of TV, usually two convergence amp need to be replaced and sometimes sets of resistors are also to be changed.
5 times blinks is error code for No Good White Balance and you said that picture is very green. As you know TV is approx 7 years old so it needs RGB gain adjustments. If you are TV tech person or know about TV repair, let me know to guide you further. Or contact local TV repair shop to fix it.
My unit is 9 years old, almost 10 (in 2 months) and started the same a couple of months ago. The only way to fix it is to have them serviced by a tech and replace the projectors. Its just the age/use of the unit catching up with it.
Many resellers sold them with an offer to sell you an optional maintence service where they would fix/clean/replace the projectors for upto 5 years after purchase. I'm not sure if they even have the parts anymore since these tv's are no longer produced. After market repairs are likely to cost as much as or nearly as much as buying a new flat screen tv.
Those are called retrace lines and they are the result of the blanking pulse not having the desired effect. This could denote a problem in the Horizontal section of the TV. In this case the green gun is not being turned off as it goes back to the left side of the screen.