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Screen flashes When I switch on the tv the screen flashes and switches off. Sometimes after trying several times the tv does turn on.

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I can't say that I have seen this on a Hitachi, because I haven't, but I have seen it on older Zeniths. The problem with the Zeniths was in the power supply. An electrolytic capacitor changes value and slows down the switching of the power transistor. This means sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Replacing the cap solves the problem everytime. I would look in this area. Good luck.

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