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Red power indicator light is blinking I have the Akai lcd 32''. The red power indicator light is flashing and I cannot turn on the unit. I have tried using the remote, the TV side panel buttons, the main power switch on the back and even unplugging for a while. Nothing brings it back to life. I understand it may be a short in the power supply and finding a repair facility is difficult. Can someone please assist me in fixing the issue? Thanks Tom.

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The flashing light indicates a short circuit inside the power supply circuitry. This type of repair is not a DIY without a multimeter, desoldering iron and hand soldering skills. I repair these power supplies, if you need further info write to jah2mil@hotmail.com

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