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2 Blink Code - Power supply problem.

3 Blink Code - Main board issue.

4 Blink Code - T-Con board issue.

5 Blink Code - LED driver issue.

6 Blink Code - Backlight issue.

7 Blink Code - Temperature sensor issue.

8 Blink Code - Audio circuit issue.

10 Blink Code - Panel issue.

11 Blink Code - Micom communications failure.

12 Blink Code - HFR error.

13 Blink Code - Balance error (audio circuit).

14 Blink Code - Panel ID mismatch.


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Sony Corporation, the company behind these state-of-the-art televisions, was founded in 1946 in Tokyo, Japan, by Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita. Originally named Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo K.K. (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation), the company started by repairing electronic equipment and making voltmeters. In 1958, it rebranded as Sony, a name derived from the Latin word "sonus" (sound) and "sonny," a colloquial term for a young boy. Sony quickly became a leader in consumer electronics, introducing groundbreaking products like the TR-63 transistor radio and the Walkman portable cassette player. Over the decades, Sony has continued to innovate, producing a wide range of electronics, including cameras, audio equipment, gaming consoles, and televisions. Today, Sony is recognized as a global leader in entertainment technology, known for its commitment to quality, innovation, and cutting-edge design.

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