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Samsung tv won't power up and red light flashes and make a clicking noise

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SOURCE: no power,red power lights keeps flashing.

my tv just started doing the same thing- i've not got it fixed yet, but i just thought i post to highlight the the fact that multiple people have had the same issue within a few days of each other- coincidence?.. i'll post back when i get this resolved.

Posted on May 06, 2007

SOURCE: no power,red power lights keeps flashing.

Just my coment THis tv has a complex system that include a digital signal porcessing in a high levle technology to show a good performance, i myself work on the development of that model, we was thinking we are best, for improve that many eng. dedicates almost all life to have that technology in our rooms, I offer my apologize for that but many eng dedicates all year 18 hours a day to fix that, thanks

Posted on May 13, 2007

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SOURCE: tv wont turn on only clicks and then flashes red timer light

Well, I have found out that the number of red light blinks is a "blink code" that indicates the nature of the fault with the TV. Usually these are various failures of internal fuses or circuit boards. There's a fair amount of information on threads at techlore.com on this, so try searching there. Teh specific codes and manuals are usually it seems under license from Sony and not available for free to the public. Sorry!

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

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you have a bad power supply.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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tv wont turn on when i hit power it makes the clicking noise like it is going to turn on, but never does and the red timer light next to the power button just flashes.
help!
trinitron kv29f1u
only clicks and blinks

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