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WILL NOT POWER UP

When you plug the power cord into the wall,the green light
on the power button flashes nine times;pauses for two sec;then flashes five times. It will do this for as long as you
leave it plugged into the wall,but it will not power up!
When you unplug it from the wall plug,the green power light will still flash in the same sequence for about ninety seconds before going out.

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Your set has gone into shutdown mode. THis set has a microprocessor that has detected a condition in one of 25 different cuircits that has presented a saffety issuse. so it has prevented turn on. This condition tells you that one your main fuse is still there and the processor is getting power. The most common causes of this shutdown are bad flyback transformer and horizontal output transistor has shorted, However it could be any of 25 different problems. Techniicans have a computer interface that read error codes much like that of a automobiles.

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