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|Television Troubleshooting||Picture slopes down on Sony KV-36HS420||mstep365||5||2011-10-24 21:05|
|First 650 characters of this post||I've got an older Sony KV-36HS420 CRT television that the geometry on the picture looks like it has gotten off. When you are watching things in widescreen 14:9 the picture is slanted down slightly on the right hand side of the screen. It's not terrible but it's just annoying and I'd like to fix it if I can. How difficult is it to adjust the geometry on the picture on these tv's. Do I have to get a service manual for it to do the adjustments or is there any information online on how to do it? Thanks for any help or suggestions. |
|Television Troubleshooting||WEGA KV-36HS420 Service Menu reset issue||Kensou||1||2009-12-17 00:44|
|First 650 characters of this post||Hello everyone, I really hope someone can help me out on this.I did a NVM system reset on my KV-36HS420 as to correct certain geometry issues, it got worse but I was able to make the modifications manually to H-size, H-pos etc.The problem now is that the TV set won't display any type of progressive signal, where it be by component cables or the HDMI port.I only either get a blank screen, or some colors flickering, but the sound is ok.Before the service menu reset I was able to watch any component signal.Is there a service menu s|
|Television Troubleshooting||Wega 30HS420||claudio||2||2009-01-02 14:03|
|First 650 characters of this post||There is a similar thread with the KV-36HS420The issue is probably a D board circuit failurehttp://www.agoraquest.com/viewtopic.php?topic=31175&forum=34
|Television Troubleshooting||KV-36HS500 D-BOARD removal instructions.. ?||claudio||9||2008-12-22 16:19|
|First 650 characters of this post||Hi Rabbit121,I checked and we have a couple of television toubleshooting documents for premium members but none are your Sony Model. Not sure how different the KV-36HS500 is to the KV-36HS420.Jehill would probably know if that document would be able to help you out.Current D Board related documentsD board circuit failures/KV32HS420. KV32XBR400, KV32XBR450, KV36HS420, KV36XBR400, KV36XBR450 D board circuit failures/KV30XBR910, KV34XBR910 D board component replacements A1300417A and training manual/ |
|Television Troubleshooting||Help with KV32HS420 shutting off||claudio||32||2008-11-27 01:21|
|First 650 characters of this post||Here is the videoReplacing two defective IC chips in this Sony 36 inch television. KV-36HS420 |
|Television Troubleshooting||KV32HS420, KV32XBR400, KV32XBR450, KV36HS420, KV36XBR400, KV36XBR450 D board circuit failures||halco||107||2008-05-09 19:05|
|First 650 characters of this post||I had the HV power supply problem with a Sony KV-36HS420, as indicated by the 6 blinks symptom. Thanks to info on this forum I was able to replace the two MCZ3001 IC chips responsible for this common problem. Aparently these same chips are used on many other models and function in the same manner. Thus calling for similar repair procedures.
In my case the chips were located on the \"DZ\" board. I cut out the chips making it easier to unsolder the pins individually. I then soldered two IC chip sockets in their place. I suggest you use \"machined\" type 18 pin sockets with ro|
|Television Misc and News||KV-36HS420 for $300. Is there a better choice for 36" Sony?||Nephilim||3||2007-08-03 14:15|
|First 650 characters of this post||I want a 36 Sony HD CRT and am about to drive 2 hours to pick up a Sony KV-36HS420 CRT for $300.
Is this a good choice? Do they have more problems than other Sony 36\" CRT models?
Should I wait for a different model of Sony 36\" CRT. I am in no hurry to get one but I keep checking craigslist and this one showed up today.
Thanks for any advice. Russ|
|Television Troubleshooting||To repair or replace?||rtpatter||5||2007-07-21 17:27|
|First 650 characters of this post||I have a Sony KV-36HS420 that needs a new d-board I think. According to the technician, part is $450, to repair is $600. My question is should I repair this or simply chunk it and spend my $600 towards a new TV? This TV is less than 3 years old and was working perfectly until this happened. Frankly I\'m kinda po\'d this died so soon. But for a $600 repair I feel like I might be throwing good money after bad. What kinda of TV can I get for $1000? Would you reccomend LCD or plasma. Any advice appreciated.|
|Television Troubleshooting||KV-36HS420 CC Always on||nappypriest||7||2006-10-30 17:55|
|First 650 characters of this post||Hi all! I have a one-or-so year old KV-36HS420, which I love. About a week ago, for no reason I can figure out, the closed captioning came on and it\'s stayed that way ever since. I have turned CC View to Off on the Menu repeatedly, unplugged the TV a few times, tried a hard reset, all to no avail - has anyone had a similar problem and a solution? Any clues or guesses? Help!
|Television Troubleshooting||KV-36HS420 problem. No picture and 6 blinks||readog||9||2006-08-21 16:02|
|First 650 characters of this post||Hello All,I bought a KV-36HS420 last July and just 2 weeks ago the TV died. I was watching TV when I heard a loud snap and buzz. There was no picture and only sound. After turning off the TV and turning it back on, I get a moment of sound and no picture. The tV shows 6 blinks. I have already unplugged it and waiting a couple of days but it would still not work.So is 6 blinks \"LOW +B OCP/OVP?\"What parts are needed for repairs. (part numbers)I was quoted $300 for repairs. Does this sound reasonable?Thanks for all your help.|
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