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When i try to turn it on the power light blinks three times and shuts off

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Looks like it is the power supply which usually is the first thing to go in older CRT based TV's.

Unless you have an extended warranty it is usually very expensive to have replaced.

I had this same experience so I thought I would let you know what happened to me.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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