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'''++Logan Davis++'''  sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panel. If needed post some pictures of your boards so we can see what you see and potentially help you out further.[guide|21499]
 
=== Update (01/11/2020) ===
Logan Davis 5 blink for this model usually indicates that the T-Con board has failed.
 
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HereSony part number for that is 1-883-893-11. Here is the part of the manual that deals with the disassembly and removal of the boards. For now maybe it is best to trust the Sony troubleshooting and just replace the board. That way yo do not rush to learn electronic skills and you can take your time learning it. [document|6270]
HereSony part number for that is 1-883-893-11. Here is the part of the manual that deals with the disassembly and removal of the boards. For now maybe it is best to trust the Sony troubleshooting and just replace the board. That way yo do not rush to learn electronic skills and you can take your time learning it. [document|6270]

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'''++Logan Davis++'''  sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panel. If needed post some pictures of your boards so we can see what you see and potentially help you out further.https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499further.[guide|21499]

=== Update (01/11/2020) ===
Logan Davis 5 blink for this model usually indicates that the T-Con board has failed.

[image|1974525]

Here is the part of the manual that deals with the disassembly and removal of the boards. For now maybe it is best to trust the Sony troubleshooting and just replace the board. That way yo do not rush to learn electronic skills and you can take your time learning it. [document|6270]
'''++Logan Davis++'''  sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panel. If needed post some pictures of your boards so we can see what you see and potentially help you out further.https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499further.[guide|21499]

=== Update (01/11/2020) ===
Logan Davis 5 blink for this model usually indicates that the T-Con board has failed.

[image|1974525]

Here is the part of the manual that deals with the disassembly and removal of the boards. For now maybe it is best to trust the Sony troubleshooting and just replace the board. That way yo do not rush to learn electronic skills and you can take your time learning it. [document|6270]

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Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++Logan Davis++'''  sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panelpanel. If needed post some pictures of your boards so we can see what you see and potentially help you out further.https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499
'''++Logan Davis++'''  sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panelpanel. If needed post some pictures of your boards so we can see what you see and potentially help you out further.https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499

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Aporte original por: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++Logan Davis++'''   sounds like either a bad backlight array or a bad power board. You’ll have to take the back cover off and measure the voltages from the power board to the backlight LED’s. See if those are stable. If they are you need to replace the backlight strips inside the panel

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