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Old 09-06-2012, 11:18 AM   #1
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I have been getting the blinking 6 lights and my memory stick light has been red with no stick in it.I had a service man come over and it thought it was the 5 volt power supply.He said it is not available any longer and there was nothing he could do to fix it.After the TV stays off for 48 hours it will turn on and run great. Any suggestions would be appreciated
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I have the same tv. it is a common issue with a some what easy fix.
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:06 AM   #3
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I have the same tv. it is a common issue with a some what easy fix.
You can give the PO a little more? That was a bit rude telling him it's an easy fix with out any specifics.
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Old 01-18-2013, 02:15 AM   #4
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Two I.C. MCZ3001DB installed in the D Board and you will be up and running, might as well install sockets while your in there so if the I.C. fails again you will not have to break out the solder gun. It will just like changing out a fuze.
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Two I.C. MCZ3001DB installed in the D Board and you will be up and running, might as well install sockets while your in there so if the I.C. fails again you will not have to break out the solder gun. It will just like changing out a fuze.
I own the same set. The last CRT HD set sony made. I bought mine at CC for a song, $600.00 new-in box sealed. A few weeks later saw the same set open box, damaged at BB for $800.00 thanks for the repair. I plan on keeping my crt a while yet. PQ is great!
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:40 PM   #6
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I own the same set. The last CRT HD set sony made. I bought mine at CC for a song, $600.00 new-in box sealed. A few weeks later saw the same set open box, damaged at BB for $800.00 thanks for the repair. I plan on keeping my crt a while yet. PQ is great!
The XBR910 was certainly not the last CRT-based HD set Sony made. It was a 2003 model and Sony introduced new models in 2004 (XBR960, XS955 series, HS420 series) and 2006 (XBR970).
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The XBR910 was certainly not the last CRT-based HD set Sony made. It was a 2003 model and Sony introduced new models in 2004 (XBR960, XS955 series, HS420 series) and 2006 (XBR970).
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