Why is my Sony TV blinking red 9 times?

Why is my Sony TV blinking red 9 times?

If the stanby light is flashing red then this indicates that the TV’s self diagnosis mode has been activated, I suggest you contact your retailer for an exchange or refund..

How do I put my Sony Trinitron in service mode?

To access the service mode:

  1. Turn the set on and then put into standby.
  2. Press the On Screen Display button.
  3. Press the “5” button.
  4. Press the “VOLUME +” button.
  5. Press the “TV” button.
  6. Use buttons “^”(Green) and “v”(Blue) on the remote control to navigate the service menu.
  7. Press YELLOW button to enter required menu.

How old is the Sony Trinitron?

The Trinitron, unveiled by Sony in 1968, was the first major technological advance in color television sets since they were first commercialized in the early 1950s.

How do I get into Sony service mode?

Press “Power” to view the Service Mode menu. Press the “<” or “>” buttons to navigate the menu.

Are all Sony Trinitron CRT?

By the end of CRT’s market dominance, only Sony and JVC had released such high-resolution CRT HDTVs to the non-professional consumer market. Hi-Scan is Sony’s trademark for all Trinitron displays capable of processing a 1080i signal….FD Trinitron CRT variants.

Trade name Physical Resolution (aperture grille)
WEGA 480i

What was the biggest Sony Trinitron?

Sony’s hulking 40-inch Trinitron from 2002, one of the biggest consumer CRTs ever produced, weighed over 300 pounds.

How much does a Sony Trinitron weight?

Sony KD32FS170 Specs

Dimensions 35-3/4 x 27-3/4 x 22-5/8″ (898 x 696 x 576mm)
Weight 165 lbs. 6 oz. (75 kg)
Cabinet Color Silver

How do I reset my Sony Trinitron?

Press the WEGA GATE button. Choose “Settings” and go to “Setup” ( ) menu. From “Setup” menu, select “Factory Settings”. Then select “Yes” and press .

What is Display button on Sony remote?

On other Sony AV devices (such as my previous BluRay surround sound kit) the “display” button would show lots of information about the current sound input – bit rate, format, number of channels, etc.