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I have a TP43H60 toshiba and the power light continues to blink red and there is no picture or sound. I can't turn it off either unless I unplug it??

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You have blown one of the pecos fuses, probably the f850 or f852, you can test them with the power unpluggrd and with an ohm meter. Replace them with only the recommended amps fuse. Your set is going into standby, because of the blown fuse.

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