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Toshiba I have Toshiba projection tv. Since last night when I turned it on, no pic ,no sound but just he blinking power light. Would not stay solid. Seems like its in stanby mode or something. Could someone please help me. Thank you..

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No im sorry to say, not in the standby mode but in the shutdown mode. this could be from several things. like a bad regulator IC in the main supply, or a set of bad capacitors between the main power supply and the sweep power supply, or maybe a shorted audio output IC oer a shorted convergence IC or could even be because fluid leaked down onto the Printed circuit board, from the CRTs. If your not a tech Please call one as it not a place for someone to be tinkering around with! Please dont forget to rate this.

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