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My Big screen Mitsubishi does not turn on. Timer light flashes g

Mitsubishi model VS-55705 worked yesterday, now when turning power on, the timer green light flashes on but turns off right away. Help?

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Go to this website and you can get help .....

http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/support.html

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