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No power, clicks and turns off immediately

When I plug into wall, green power lite blinks 3 times, some type of code? When I hit the power button, clicks on and off immediately. Any ideas?

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I had the same problem with my RCA. When I opened it up to check it out, everything seemed fine, but on closer examination found that someone had spilled coke on the top of the tv, and it leaked down into the circuit board and shorted it out. A little windex and a hairdryer on the board straightened it out.

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