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Blinking green light

The video light will not stop blinking reset dose not work

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Did you try unplugging the t.v. for about 15 minutes and then plugging it back in. Sometimes this reset method works. If not, you need a new chassis, unless you are capable of repairing parts inside the chassis. I have the exact same t.v., and I have had the chassis replaced twice in 4 years. This particular model has bad chassis. The repair guy said he replaces several chassis in these on a daily basis. The chassis is basically the computer or hard drive of the t.v. If the green light blinks continuously, the computer is not booting up.

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Any luck?

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