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Red light flashing, now the green one blinking three times

I have the Toshiba 43HP95. (manufactured Aug 2005) I had the same issue with the power light flashing and actually tookit to a repair shop. They diagnosed the seine module being bad. I foud CheapTech's solution. However, when I unhook the seine module, the red light stops flashing and now the timer rec light (green) flashes. It blinks three times, pauses and then repeats the three blinks. When I plug and unplug it there are two black switches located above the power plug that click. I removed the cover and they appear to be electrical contact switches. Not sure if that is normal or not.

It still will not power on. Any suggestions.
I really hate the service we have received from this set.

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You are going to have to replace the power supply

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The unit is in protect mode and the 3 blinks indicate the area of the problem.----
there are a number of reports of common failures due to bad connections in the power supply area. Open up the set and resolder any connections that you see that look grainy or have rings.
------The blinking light indicates that the set is in "power up" mode. This should not take long under normal conditions. I wuold focus on the power supply. Since the LED is working, the standby power section is working correctly. Look for a capacitor on the primary side of the power supply with a value in the range of 47uFD or so and replace it. That is usually the "starter" cap that kicks off the oscillator for the switch mode supply.

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Check out for any bulged capacitors or burned ic on the main poer supply board with the meter.

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