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I do recommend checking the power coming out of the power supply to make sure it is not to high. It is common for these units to have faulty internal capacitors in the power supply. It may be shorting out other components. You can buy a capacitor tester or use an ohmmeter.
I had the same problem. It is error code 61 which is a power supply fault. Had a bad LSB board (pn: 313926719011 from MCM Electronics) which blew out on of my CRT. If you have any observed arcing in your CRT's, they are bad and will need to be replaced. I went to Ebay and found a used compatible Philips brand to replaced the CRT. Do not isolate the high voltage lines of the bad CRT to troubleshoot with a bad LSB. The LSB will short out another CRT (it did on mine). I bought the service manual an learned the set does not tolerant of power line surges. If you fix it, invest is a good surge protector.
6 blinks means general I2C error and 8 blinks means 3D comb filter I2C error. you will need a new signal board for your set, or possibly have yours remanufactured which may be considerably cheaper than a new board. If you need more info please repond to this same post and let me know.