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Flashing Green Light

Hey Jaime,

replaced capacitors and the green light turned off and then tv turned on but now I have no picture, I have sound but no picture. Might you have an what happened??

Thanks,

Pete

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My apologies Pete but I just saw your request until this morning and I was going to suggest to check for any loose or unplug wires/cables.

I'm glad everything worked great for you.

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