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Power button Flashes, tv doesn't turn on

When we try to turn on the tv the power button flashes 5 times and then turns off, the tv will not turn on.

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    Exact same problem, power button flashes 5 times, tv does not turn on.

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Buy a new one , not worth fixing. I have the same tv, with the same problem . It's getting old now and the price of a new one . It might cost $ 400-500 big ones to fix it . Thats half the price of a new flat screen , cheap model mind you . But I still think it's not worth it .

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