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Timer light will not go off and I cannot turn on TV

Flashing green light after power went off. Have unplugged several times and used reset button, but TV will not turn back on.

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Mitsubishi 62" Rear Projection # 62525

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Ybhughes,
Are you asking about the wd62525? If so that's a v26 chassis and equipped with a self diagnostic test by flashing a series of two digit sequence after depressing the power button. After depressing the power button count the number of flashes - then you'll see a slight pause - then another series of flashes. (for example: four flashes, pause and four more flashes is an error code 44). The unit repeats this coding at least three times so be as accurate as possible...
Bill

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