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Sharp LCD TV LC-37GP1U flashing green power light

I plug in the Tv and it powers on the screen is visible for a  second and then it turns off. I tried holding the power button for 10 seconds, also tried putting it in service mode but no luck. Any suggestion's? powerboard?

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  • ryan_g82 Sep 13, 2008

    tv wont turn on

  • computerkev Sep 23, 2008

    Ok, anyone has a spare power supply for this unit or know where i could get one.

    Ebay has LCDès with brokrn screens but thats a waste if I only need one part.

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Unplug the unit for 1 minute, replug and try again. If it doesn't work the power supply is faulted and it needs professional service.

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