KP-46WT520 9 Blinks

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Larry Dillon
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no you need to replace D6301

no you need to replace D6301 &D6109 zero crossover diodes to correct this problem

Larry Dillon
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tvrepairkits,com will have a

tvrepairkits,com will have a kit for this available within a week or so

Gfunk999
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Larry Dillon said:

Larry Dillon said: tvrepairkits,com will have a kit for this available within a week or so

Hi Larry thank you for your reply, which kit am I looking for in tvrepairkits.com?

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Gfunk999 said:

Gfunk999 said:

Larry Dillon said: tvrepairkits,com will have a kit for this available within a week or so

Hi Larry thank you for your reply, which kit am I looking for in tvrepairkits.com?

oh i didn't see your reply above , i'll replace those diodes and report back.  Also, I read other threads that claim that you have to reprogam some code if you disconnected the G board, is this true?

Larry Dillon
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Could you please take digital

Could you please take digital photos of your endeavor with the repair? I would really appreciate them!

Gfunk999
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No worries will do Larry, so

No worries will do Larry, so do you know if I have to reprogram any firmware code once I remove the board?

Larry Dillon
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no you will not need to do

no you will not need to do any firmware adjustment

Gfunk999
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Larry Dillon said: no you

Larry Dillon said: no you will not need to do any firmware adjustment

Ok so I decided to send the G card to Tri-State Module Inc., After almost three weeks I just got the card back.  They rebuilt it for $39.95 not including shipping, which is another $10.00 or so.  I'm disappointed as the TV failed to turn on :( I now get 10 blinks, I get sound at some point I also get intervals of 5 blinks.  I'm lost don't know what else to do???

Gary

Larry Dillon
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did you explain to them that

did you explain to them that you had a 9 blink situation when you sent them your board???

Gfunk999
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Larry Dillon said: did you

Larry Dillon said: did you explain to them that you had a 9 blink situation when you sent them your board???

Yes, I did

Gfunk999
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Larry Dillon said: did you

Larry Dillon said: did you explain to them that you had a 9 blink situation when you sent them your board???

What happens if it blinks five times with only sound and no picture? Do I need to send out the D-Board?

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oh so now you have a

oh so now you have a different problem??? yes the D board is a good place to start!!!

boyd_dave
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http://www.partstore.com

http://www.partstore.com

they have carried the diodes all along. 10 blinks, then 9 continually is the same issue as the "9-blink problem" so yes, REPLACE the diodes. I agree, the boards should still be available, however, the entire board is much more expensive than just the small diodes so if you can solder (and even if you suck at it), just do the diodes. its way more economical. not to mention better for the environment.

A five blink problem is a D-Board issue.

Larry Dillon
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Haven't I posted those

Haven't I posted those already at least a dozen times!!!??? But people you got to wake up and read!! Big waist of bandwidth to post the same thing over and over and over.
Larry

boyd_dave
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but that was like...a whole

but that was like...a whole year ago! (page 5)

Larry Dillon
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If you cannopt read we can

If you cannopt read we can make it Larger for you! and not was not look just a couple of post above

Gary Johnson
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I was only trying to help.

I was only trying to help.
This thread has become long and involved, covering multiple issues, boards, diodes and suggestions. Apologies for using your bandwidth.
I have removed my offending posts.

Larry Dillon
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No man NO NEED TO apologize

No man NO NEED TO apologize man not my bandwidth anyway. I only help out here11

Gary Johnson
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...and you've been a GREAT

...and you've been a GREAT help. Without you I'll bet there'd be many a landfill chock full of perfectly serviceable Sony TVs!

Larry Dillon
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well thank you very much, it

well thank you very much, it is nice to be thanked once in a while.

boyd_dave
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people dont thank you often?

people dont thank you often? jeez. I too REALLY appreciated your input on this.

Gfunk999
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With the TV off is there a

With the TV off is there a possibility I can get shock when removing the D-Board?  I've always been afraid of the Flyback Transformer wires.  Any tips or suggestions, can I use my hand without using rubber gloves to pry the wires out?

Larry, I havent forgot about the pics, I will send them to you as soon as I get this thing working.

Gary

Larry Dillon
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that big red wire does not

that big red wire does not come out of the fly back, but the other side of the larger red wire that goes to whats called a distribution block, you need to peel back the rubber boot, then grab the wire push down on the wire and turn it at the same time counter-clock wish then pull on the wire if you get it turned. Sometimes it can be hard to turn the wire and may take several times to turn it counterclockwise but it will come out, then once the wire is out touch the wire that you just pulled out of the block and touch it against the metal frame around the picture tubes

Gfunk999
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Larry Dillon said: that big

Larry Dillon said: that big red wire does not come out of the fly back, but the other side of the larger red wire that goes to whats called a distribution block, you need to peel back the rubber boot, then grab the wire push down on the wire and turn it at the same time counter-clock wish then pull on the wire if you get it turned. Sometimes it can be hard to turn the wire and may take several times to turn it counterclockwise but it will come out, then once the wire is out touch the wire that you just pulled out of the block and touch it against the metal frame around the picture tubes

I suspect by touching the metal frame will discharge all capacitors; will I see a spark? And should I be using insulated gloves? Sorry for the novice questions but I refuse to let my Sony TV die Undecided

Thanks again Larry

Larry Dillon
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Well yes you can use whatever

Well yes you can use whatever makes you comfortable, an you might get a small spark when discharging the High Voltage wire. Good Luck!!
Larry

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firedad502
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I have the same 9 - 10 blink

I have the same 9 - 10 blink problem. I have replaced the 2 diodes 6116 and 6301. The first try the Set come right on. The second attempt it repeated the same blinking pattern as before. I resoldered the the connections with no luck. Any suggestions?

Larry Dillon
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ou need to reset the memory

ou need to reset the memory in the set by reading the areticle here at techlore about the Sony codes.

firedad502
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Larry Dillon said: ou need to

Larry Dillon said: ou need to reset the memory in the set by reading the areticle here at techlore about the Sony codes.

I read the article, I should have stated that the set will not power on.  It is failing once again.  I have verified polarity and of proper functioning of diodes.

Larry Dillon
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did you do a reset of the

did you do a reset of the fault code memory yet?
Larry Dillon

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