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Most of the numbers on the back are faded away. But I can make out the model numbers k951w. And that's it
Could be 51". Models KP51WS510, WS520, WT520. 9 blinks is power supply. -where power cord goes into back.
Posted on Nov 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try pushing the buttons on the remote and let me know what comes up on the screen if anything.
Display, Channel, 5, Vol Minus, ( Not plus ) then Power. This brings up
a screen with a list of the problems and number of times they have occurred.
Each of the problem names is abbreviated as, "OCP", "OVP", "V STOP", ETC.
We have repeated them in parentheses in the text for the "Blinks" described
above so you can correlate between the diagnostic screen and the blink
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
A 9 flash code is defined as a zero cross failure, basically a power supply fault. It is usually caused by the failure of one or two diodes on the G board D6301 or D6116. D6116 is 871908197 and D6301 is 650056721. If you can get them and are handy with a soldering iron, you can probably replace them. Be sure the set is unplugged and use care when installing them, as high voltages exist in the set even after it is unplugged. If this answer is to your liking, please be sure to rate it. Thanks! Also, a good confirmation of this is to turn the set on using the following error code display method. With the original remote, press the following buttons:
The set will usually turn on this way if the diodes have failed
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: sony model kp51ws500
Yes common problem it seems with these. I can help you get the set working but this fix only prolongs the inevitable so I'm told. (more about that at the bottom) Please read entire posting before starting. You will need to take off the front panel, there are 2 screws towards the bottom on each side behind little pop out plugs. Once those are out take off the panel (pull from bottom, sometimes the round clips at the top come off, either glue them back on the panel or leave them out). There are wires attached to the panel, you can either unhook them or just take them out of the "twist tie" holders and move the panel out of the way to the left. You will now see a thin panel. Remove this one also. Once that is off you will see the bottoms of the 3 glass tubes and on the "floor" of the set there is a group of 6 small knobs. This is called the focus block. Each row of 3 knobs are labeled either screen or focus, also, there should be 3 letters R G B (Red Green Blue). (We won't be adjusting the focus knobs).You will need to adjust the Blue screen knob (on my set it was the bottom left knob). If the set will stay on for a little bit you can adjust it with it on. Once you have found the correct knob (don't worry about the white paint) turn the set on, once you see the picture slowly turn the blue screen knob counter clockwise until the blue diagonal disappear. Be careful not to turn this knob too fast while the set is on. Keep in mind, it may take a little bit to break off the paint. You will see the screen turn back to normal as you turn the knob. Adjust it just until the lines disappear This should solve your problem. If the set won't stay on, with it off turn the knob about 1/8 turn counter clockwise then turn the set on. Once it is on you can fine tune it. Adjust it just until the lines fade out of sight. (You may have to adjust back the other way until the lines show up and then back it off again). Remember to turn the knob slowly. I have heard people getting charged a lot of money for this. I was also told that this is compensating for a dying component(s) all I know it has bought me at least a year. I also read that someone has gotten several years out of there set w/o repair just by doing this adjustment whenever its needed. (once the lines start presenting themselves). I can't see spending big money on these sets when you could put it towards a new set so I will keep it going for free as long as I can. I hope this works out for you. I'm tired of typing so good luck and post if you need any more help. BTW this adjustment works if this symptom presents itself in green or red also. Just substitute the blue knob to the applicable color. Now go put your TV back together :)
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
That is a diode in the sub power supply, it is a small board with only a few parts on it to the left of the d board, for the zero crossing detector. D6301 sony part number 6-500-567-21
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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SOURCE: Sony 55" rear projection tv
TIGHTEN THE BULB --AFTER YOY CLEAN THE DUST OFF THE BULB VENTS ON THE BULB ITSELF. PROBLEM SOLVED. EASY--CHEAP. Hey it worked for me. My picture was turning off blinking 29 times for picture 37 times for audio. This was the first issue with my KDF-55WF655 since I unwrapped it almost 5 years ago......... ITS STILL ON!!! I hope this helps someone.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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