TURNED SET ON, WITHIN A FEW SECONDS SHUT OFF, WILL NOT COME ON AND IT CLICKS, I'VE UNPLUGGED UNIT TO SEE IF IT WILL RESET ITSELF. THIS TV HAS BEEN RUNNING GREAT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A RED BLINKING LIGHT THAT COMES ON I UNPLUG THE SET AND GO THRU MENU TO TRY AND STOP THE TIMER ISSUE, CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT, BUT OTHER THAN THAT IT'S PERFECT, NO PROBLEMS, EXCEPT NOW IT WON'T COME ON, JUST CLICKS.
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There is no reset button like in the old days. You can reset the microprocessor to it's default state by unplugging the set, let it stay unplugged for 10 or more minutes. Plug the set back and it will reset itself. You might lose stored channels and settings but they will all be reset to the manufacturers specs. This is true for anything that has a microprocessor (computer) in it.
The tv must of turned on the timer by itself. They do do that sometimes. I suggest leaving it unplugged for 24 hours to reset itself. If problem persists, you may be able to go to your menu and access the sleep mode timer and set it to 0:00 or OFF
It is a power supply problem. As your set is nine years old all the electrolytic capacitors at the power supply area may be out of range. If you are not familiar with electronic repairs it is bettter to take to service center to check and decide according the cost you will asked.