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Try to I unpluged the power, push volume and channel down, pluged power again
While it's flashing unplug your TV from the main power source for 15 seconds,Then press Valume Up and Channel Up, while holding it plug the TV back in, you should see the TV Turn on. How to Reset Your Sharp LCD TV TV Repair
This problem very common in sharp tv.The POWER,OPC flashes.First turn on have power LED indicator light stable at all? Tries the power again couple times will have backlight come back on,than it will work.Not at all more than 5-6 times than ur main turner signal board is the problem,must replaced.
If you can get the remote apart try cleaning the contacts on the inside of the touchpad and on the circuit board with alcohol and cotton swabs.If this doesn't work you will need a new remote.I assume the buttons on the TV itself work.
Check for a backlight failure by holding a flashlight on the screen at about a 30-degree angle, a couple of inches from the screen. Look at the area around the flashlight beam. If you see video, either your backlight fluorescent tubes are burned out or the inverter has gone bad. If you need tubes, search for "CCFL replacement" (CCFL = cold cathode fluorescent lamp").
Did you hit the "input" or "video source" button by mistake on the remote or TV? That would change the input from the one the cable/video source uses. You're getting sound, so it's working......sounds as if the input was maybe changed. I'd hit the input/video source button a few times to go through all the available inputs and see if you get video back.
TV is under warranty. Get a tech to look at it. It could require a new IR sensor, a firmware upgrade or a system reset that only a tech can do called an Industry Initialization that is in the service mode only