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TV with no picture

I have a Sony 42in TV that is ten years old. My kids frequently play video games on it and have it in VHS mode. Today, the TV on/off button blinks four times then stops and repeats. There is no picture or sound. We have tried unplugging the TV, but it continues to do the same. Jenny

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Your tv needs to be repaired take it to a tech the power supply needs to be looked upon or the related circuit.good luck.

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