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Yellow status light

My tv went off in the middle of watching it and the yellow status light is blinking, and if i unplug it then plug it back in it continues to blink yellow, any reason this would be?

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It is doing this because the filter cover on the side of the tv has come loose, or the microswitch that senses the cover has gone bad. It is at the bottom right corner of the filter cover.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

  • owneddiver Sep 11, 2011

    Doin12volt's suggestion was the solution for me. I went and checked the filter cover, and just by pressing on it lightly the tv started to reset. It turns out mine was slightly too tight and jut needed on of the screws loosened a quarter turn. I'm so glad its not something requiring a new bulb of power capacitors.

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