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I have a HDTV1080 integrated Mitubushi TV.  Tried to turn on the tv but the timer green light started blinking and has not stopped and tv will not turn on.  What is wrong with this tv?

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You gonna need some technical skills to replace the parts that are bad on your tv,but anyway check the power supply first,look for some swallen capacitors.and replace them that is going to be your first step.

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Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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