|05-01-2009||Trinitron has menu and sound, but fuzzy picture||Hello there everyone. I have a sony projection tv, model KP53V85, that went out of convergence a few weeks ago. After I researched the forums I found that the ic's were bad and caused a pico fuse to blow. I tested the six fuses and found that one fuse rea|
|05-01-2009||New Discovered Information||After looking at a few things in these forums I counted the flashes that the tv signals when it starts up. The tv light flashes 6 times and I was told to check C515 and C516 and the jungle ic, ic206. I found all these but don't know how to test them. Can |
|05-01-2009||Re: Flashes 6 times||Six flashes = "No Horizontal (H. Stop), No Raster."
I'm confused ... If you have No Raster, how can you tell is a "fuzzy Picture?"|
|05-01-2009||Me too||Well when I turn the tv on the light blinks 6 times and there is clear static in the background and when I plug the cable in it gives me a distorted picture. But the light does blink 6 times after it turns on with the set. Also, what does raster mean...I'|
Wikipedia has an article on:
raster (plural rasters)
A scanning pattern of parallel lines that form the display of an image projected on a cathode-ray tube of a television set or display screen.|
|05-01-2009||Re: parts UK||They should have capacitor too.
|05-01-2009||Are you using a cable box? Is the TV on channel 3 or 4? 6 blinks could AKB. One of the three tubes maybe over biased.|
|05-01-2009||Less than $1 a piece.|
|06-01-2009||Re: Sony Blink Codes||:? 5 blinks = AKB / 6 blinks = H. Stop / 7 blinks = Hi Volt shutdown. :?
|06-01-2009||Yep||I found that download and used it to tell what was wrong with it. When I turn it on the red light is there then blinks six times. So I guess it could be 7 blinks. Also, I have a distorted picture not a solid black screen; it kind of look like tie dye on t|
|06-01-2009||Something "Fried"||Hi All:
It's too lengthy to get into "how it happened", but 220 volts was applied to a recepticle that a 32" JVC TV was plugged in to. The set was not "on", but I now have nothing. Is there a fuse inside the cabinet? Would the |
|06-01-2009||Re: 220v ?MODEL No.?||Yes, there should be a fuse inside.
You'll need to check Standby power supply (at least). Everything between the AC Plug and this side of any Manual (Vacation) switch or relay contact.
On-Off switch should be isolated.
As much as I can say without se|
|06-01-2009||[quote:582814c45f="Anonymous"]fans are there to redirect air or expell the heat. do not disregard this problem it will not go away until it sis too late. what you can do is buy a freeze can and spray conponents with it to find the bad components . don't f|
|06-01-2009||You are replying to a thread that is 2 years old. Your best bet would be to start your own thread.