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Our power went out last night and has since come back on. But our television won't turn on. Next to the power butto on the tv is a timer light and it is constantly flashing on and off. I have no idea what I should do.

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Look for blown fuses first near where the the ac line enters the main board otherwise you need to get a service technician to troubleshoot the power supply.
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