sony trinitron KV-32FX68E 32'' led 2 blinks

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Old 12-02-08, 03:08 AM
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sony trinitron KV-32FX68E 32'' led 2 blinks

Hello to all . Iím just a new member in the forum and I would appreciate it if you could help me. I have a tv sony fd trinitron model KV-32FX68E 32''. When I swich it on, there is no picture or sound(black screen) and the stanby led blinks twice continously.
As I read in the explanation of sony blinking codes , there is a problem with the power supply. Is that right and what can i do ?
If the problem is with the power supply, Can this power supply board be repaired or should the entire board be replaced? Whats the average cost either way. Im not a TV repair man but im ok with a soldering iron. Is it foolish for me to attempt getting fix this problem and how?

Thanks in advance for any help, panos
 
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These are the only model #'s that pull up close to the posted model on the US Sony site.Please recheck the # or post back with your location.KV32FS10 KV32FS100 KV32FS12 KV32FS120 KV32FS13 KV32FS16 KV32FS17 KV32FS200 KV32FS210
KV32FS220 KV32FS320 KV32FV1 KV32FV15 KV32FV16 KV32FV26 KV32FV27 KV32FV300 KV32FV310
 
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Sony trinitron KV-32FX68E

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These are the only model #'s that pull up close to the posted model on the US Sony site.Please recheck the # or post back with your location.KV32FS10 KV32FS100 KV32FS12 KV32FS120 KV32FS13 KV32FS16 KV32FS17 KV32FS200 KV32FS210
KV32FS220 KV32FS320 KV32FV1 KV32FV15 KV32FV16 KV32FV26 KV32FV27 KV32FV300 KV32FV310
Thanks for your reply. My Location is "Greece"
 
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Post the year it was made and I'll try to pull up something here.I'm not familiar with your ac power.Could you enlighten me on whats coming from the wall socket?
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Hi

I have the same problem only mine's a 27 inch unit called the KV-27FS120. I'm in Canada. When I try to turn the TV on it sounds like its going to go (a kind of warm sound, a click, the tubes fire..) but nothing happens. Initially the standy led blinks a few times but then it goes into a repeating cycle of two blinks and then a pause. I found the list of instructions of each blink code but I have no idea about what to do next....do you?

"TWO Blinks---B+ over current protection (OCP) , unit goes to the standby mode then displays the 2 blink fault. Could be a short in the power supply of any of the circuits. "
 
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Old 05-13-09, 12:54 AM
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Post back if you have a multimeter and know how to use it.The problem should be easy to find.
 
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hmm. i don't know what that is, but i'm guessing I don't have one. Is it worth buying one?

just googled it. I know of a place where I might be able to get one for cheap. I'll check it out and get back to you. Can it be a really cheap one?
 
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A cheap one is fine , but I worry about you putting your hands in a tv set if you have not worked around electricity before.Some DIY projects can be dangerous.
 
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thanks for the concern. I imagine that most of the work will be done wall the tv is unplugged from the wall - there should no danger if there's no current running through it right?

but yeah, never soldered anything in my life....but I tried to fix a laserjet printer in the past - I feel fine going inside. The back cover is already off the tv. I found a solution to a problem that sounded similar to the one I was having that involved tweaking two screws at the very back, ever so slightly. I tried that and got absolutely nowhere.

assuming I leanr how to solder or find someone else, are the parts going to be expensive? I guess we need to assess the problem first...
 
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@craftsman_50:

I have the same issue - would you please be so kind and post the instructions how to find the problem?
Use of multimeter and soldering is no problem - but i dont have any clue where to search...

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Allways start at the horizontal output transistor in these cases.Check to see if it is shorted.If it is , then that will be the problem.If not post back and we'll go from there.
You can get the service manual here... Service Manual KV32FX68E
 
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thanks - i try to check it...
 
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