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My VS-60607 won't turn on

Hit the power button and it clicks for one second and turn off.
dear mark i have the same problem to when i turn the tv on it will stay for 2 second and turn off do you have a solution for this please give me some help thanks.

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There is a fuse blown in the television keeping it from staying on. after the shutdown press and hold the menu and device/input button for about 5 seconds and the led will blink a 2 digit code with a pause in between. the code will repeat itself. 2.2 is the most common and points to the convergence ics and 1 or 2 5a pico fuses. 2.3 is the next most common and points to a fault on the power supply. goodluck.

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