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Your monitor's power supply may be on the left side. Ensure that your monitor has plenty of ventilation so that it can run cooler. Poor ventilation can cause early failure. Electrolytic capacitors can be damaged easily from too much heat, causing early failure. This is the same for your computer and the brick power supplies for electronics. Electrolytic caps are a common failure component.
I also had the 7 blinking lights and no picture on my TCP55GT30 16 month old TV. The diagnositics show a bad SC board. Panisonic will cover the cost of the board only. The $350 labor charge is mine to eat. I spoke to Panisonic and they basically don't care. They know they have a problem but aren't willing to accept it and recall the boards or cover the total repair cost. So for me I think the cost (25% of the total cost of the TV) on top of what I already paid for the TV is rediculous. This was supposed to be a state of the art, top quality TV, which it obviously is not. My $300 Emerson flat screen, 4 yr old TV work just fine. I wil never buy another Panisonic product in my life time. I understand that things go wrong with anything, but the difference is how the company handles the problem. Oh yeah, my brothers did the same thing at 12 months. Real quality.
I have a 32inch vizio that kept going off. the company said remove it completly from all power,wait 30 seconds,push the on button for 15 seconds.plug back in and it should work.
Mine worked at first then it quit completly and the company did not return any of my e-mails. probably cause it is past the warrenty(they only warrent for 12 months)A friend of mine had the same problem, neither one of us will ever buy a vizio again and I tell everyone I know about this problem.