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I have not worked on this particular model. But, I wopuld certainly say you have a couple of bad capacitors in the power supply. You will need to remove the back cover. Weak or bad capacitors will cause your TV to do exactly what you describe. You may note these capacitors will be bulged. The values may or could be 35 volts at 1000Mfs. Once again, I do not know the exact values. In most cases these capacitors in many other brands will have this value. This info is a very good start for repairs. Hope this will clue you into a repair. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!
Press the cc button on your remote control. You want cc to be off. Play around with the cc button to become comfortable. Press it over and over again. Observed that a different closed captioning option appears on your screen each time you press the cc button. Now press cc and when it says cc off do not press the button anymore.
Don't feel bad. You didn't do anything wrong.
They sent you a TV with a bad power supply board for the
screen. The TV is trying to power up the screen, but it can't. Because of a defective part somewhere on the power inverter board for the screen. That is why the power/opc light is flashing.
I would call them back and and make them replace the TV.