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Won't turn on

My television will not turn on. When I try to turn it on the green power button will flash 1 time and then 6. The flashing repeats itself until I unplug it. I am sure this must be some kind of trouble code but do not know what it means. I have left it unplugged for a couple of hours and it still does the same thing. Please help!

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