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TIMER GREEN LIGHT KEEPS FLASHING AND TV WILL NOT COME ON.

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  • tracysch62 Mar 13, 2009

    I have a 65" Mitsubishi Medallion HDTV Projection. The green timer light is flashing and the power will not turn on. Everything had been fine with the TV until I unplugged it to paint the wall behind it. I plugged TV back in, and now green flashing light, no power. I unplugged for over night and plugged back in, but still now power. Does anyone know what this could be?

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Is this a mitsubishi? If so you have a bad dm module. If you give me a model number i can help your further.

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