I disconnected the Seine module, and the TV showed perfectly. I was in the middle of programming the channels, there was a loud pop, and needless to say...the TV went black. If I disconnect, then reconnect the power; the green ready light will come on, then the fans for about 3 seconds and then the whole thing shuts down. The green light is then replaced by a red flashing light. I have tried to isolate the ysus and zsus to no avail. The same thing happens. I see no obvious blown capacitors.
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My 50hp95 had the same problem; the red power light is flashing and the tv will not turn on. I unplug the power and plug it back in and the TV clicks, but the power light continues to flash red. My problem was a bad Seine module which you can bypass if you do not need to watch HD off air programming. Since I get my HD from the cable, I can bypass it. All you need to do is remove the back panel from the TV (unplug the TV first) and on the main circuit board unplug the white connector labeled PJ63A. The main circuit board is the one in the center of the TV and the PJ63A connector is the bottom white connector on the left side of the main circuit board (the label is printed in white on the circuit board under the connector). Once I plugged the TV back in it worked immediately.
Leave the cable box powered on but disconnected from the TV or VCR. All other components should be disconnected and unplugged, giving clear and easy access to all connections. If components sit in an entertainment unit, make sure all A/V cables can reach the RF modulator and the cable from the modulator can easily reach the television.
Hookup the first coaxial cable from cable box output, usually labeled "TV," "TV out" or "Out to TV" to the cable "In" on the VCR. Connect the second coaxial cable from the VCR's out to "TV" to the coaxial input on the RF Modulator.
Connect the third coax cable from the coaxial cable "Out" jack on the RF Modulator to the coax cable "Input" on the television.
Take one A/V cable, connect the red (right audio channel,) white (left audio channel) and yellow (video) from DVD player's "Output," to the corresponding DVD "inputs" on the RF Modulator. Place components as desired but still disconnected from power. Plug in all power cables including the RF Modulator's into the surge protected outlet strip.
Make sure the Channel select switch usually found on the back of the VCR and the Channel select switch on the RF Modulator are both set to Channel 3. This channel is used on the television to view your components.
Turn on the power strip and turn on the TV. Cable reception should come on as usual. Set the TV to Channel 3 and turn on the VCR. With VCR on test it by playing a video tape. The RF Modulator should sense the signal and automatically switch to "VCR."
Switch off the VCR and with the television still on channel 3, turn on the DVD player. As the RF Modulator senses the DVD player signal and switches to DVD, its welcome screen should be seen on the television. Play a DVD to test and once you're done with the DVD turn it off and the cable should come back on.
You need to set the vcr to channel 3 or 4 (whatever channel the digital converter box is set to broadcast on) to record a program. The digital converter box has to be set to the channel you want to record the show from.
May be a defect but, if you notice the sound changes with different channels or movies or HD or Standard, look for a volume limiter control button in the menu setup under audio control. Sometimes the menu has a control that you can turn on to limit different volume levels during the shows origination.
Turn off set, unplug power. Remove back cover. On brown circuit board left of center, unplug connector PJ63A. Plug in power, but don't electrocute yourself! If you no longer get the continuously blinking red light, hit the power button. If it comes on, the SEINE module is bad and must be replaced.
I had the same problem, it is usually the SEINE module. this unit is about 350 to 400 and they only come refurbished. You can bypass this module which is what I did and it worked sweet, and I have 2 hpx 95s they were both the same problem. This module is for HD off air only so if you are using that then you need a new one if you have cable or satellite save the money and remove the back of the TV and disconnect the module. Give the TV about 3-4 mins to reboot and HELLO TV.