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My tv a mitsubishi d 62527 the green light kees blinking

Reseting does not work unpluging does not work

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Called the blinking green light of death---set should if power lost when put back blink for 70 seconds or so---digital unit booting up.

About the only simple cause is in the main power supply are four 1000 uf caps that puff up and fail--provide boot up voltage.

follower power cord to supply and look for bad caps (they will be easy to spot) and see attached photos of what to look for.
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Hmm I tried unplugging it for a while but I will try this again tonight since it will be unplugged for about 24 hours.
Thank you McColp for the info..

I have a service guy coming tomorrow, maybe this will work before he comes! I appreciate your help!
take care
Maria

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