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The light on my magnavox converter keeps flashing green then goes to stand by mode

The power light keeps flashing green then after a minute or so goes to stand by mode

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Mine is doing this too, i called Magnavox support and they aid it is an internal power issue and cant be fixed by troubleshooting, it has to be serviced. imo, probably cheaper to buy another.

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