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Sony KV-29F1U Tv cuts out straight away, LED blinks twice.

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Dragyth, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Dragyth

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    Hi,

    Just picked up a KV-29F1U for a fiver, so wasn't expecting it to work, but it did, the sound came through loud and, a few seconds later, the picture came on, too, from my playstation. RGB SCART plugged into AV1.
    Anyway, half a second after the screen being clearly visible, it turned itself off and the LED blinks twice.

    What's wrong with it, and is there any way that I can stop this from happening?
    Could be a tuner box or something but I really only want the S-video & RGB to work; not interested in terrestrial.
    It seems, to me, at least, as though the TV is cutting itself off because there's a fault that it knows it's had.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, I can pretty much only have 1 tv due to a lack of space, it's either this one or the 21" sharp with no s-video.

    Borrowed one of these a year or so back, seriously impressed with the picture on it!

    Cheers,
    Arthur
     
  2. Dragyth

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    Anyone got any idea?

    I don't want to throw it out but I'm gonna have to. =(
     
  3. lynx

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    error codes...

    2...flashes Over Current Protection
    3 Over Voltage Protection
    4 Vertical Deflection
    5 AKB Circuit
    6 Horizontal Deflection
    7 Speaker
    8 General IIC Line 0 error
    9 MegaText
    10 NVM
    11 Main Colour Decoder
    12 Feature Box
    13 D/A Convertor
    14 Backend
    15 Multisound Processor
    16 Autowide
    17 External RAM
     
  4. Dragyth

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    Thanks man, but what do you reckon would fix this, then?
    It must be an over-current problem, I reckon a faulty PSU or something overloading, short circuiting.

    Any ideas people?

    Thanks again, Lynx.


    Arthur
     
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    Yes, call in an TV engineer.
     

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