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KLV 40S200A Our iron had a problem last night and a fuse popped. The TV shut down to and wont come back on. The poer light flases red. What can I do to reset? Steve

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If you watch how many times the light flashes and then relay that to your local authorized sony repair centre they will tell you what is likely wrong with the TV. Have you unplugged, left for a couple of minutes and re-plugged?

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