TV Repair Questions? Ask a TV Technician for Answers ASAP
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I'm going to need to know two key pieces of info in order to help you.
1. The actual model of the TV - written somewhere on the back.
2. How many times the standby LED blinks before pausing - it should repeat in a cycle.
Let me know and I'll get your info.
Back from vacation. It's odd, but when I returned I turned on the TV and it worked. Used it a few days and its back to the original problem. Comes on, but flashes in standby.
So it is a
Sony FD Trinitron Wega, Model # XXXXX Serial #(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Standby Light flashes 6 times, and then pauses and recycles for another 6 times.
This is a common problem. You will need to have the set looked at.
The 6 blinks indicates what is called a +B overvoltage, or +B overcurrent which causes the power supply to shut the TV down for safety.
A technician will be able to find the reason for the failure. I do think that you are probably looking at a $200 repair bill. Keep in mind that you can buy a new 32" TV for under $400.
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