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the blinking is actually an error code. watch the blinking closely and you will see it blink a number of times pause briefly then blink the same number of blinks over and over. If you let me know the number of blinks I can tell you why the set isnt powering up.
Likely damage to main power supply-------try to see if there is a specific number of blinks then a pause and repeats like 7 blinks a pause and repeats---that is an error code if there---with it AND THE MODEL NUMBER OF THE TV I might be able or not to help.
The timer light blinks representing the fault on the tv. If the tv blinks in an orderly fashion then the number of blinks before pausing is used to indicate the fault. This can only be determined by looking at the service manual for that set. If the blinking is continuous without pauses after a number of blinks, then it indicates there is a problem and the first place to look would be in the power supply. Either the power supply isnt supplying power to the Line output transformer i.e an open circuit or short circuit..OR the line output circuit has a short. Without a diagram i cannot guide you which components to check..but..swollen topped capacitors in the power supply are a give away :)
The blinking should be in a pattern of a count, pause, count. That is an indication of the problem circuit. Can you post that count please? That info will allow me to give you possible defective parts and costs for the repair.