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Sony sxrd 60 in, won't power up--blinking red light 5 times

My TV stopped working and when I tried to start it back up the power on light blinks green for a while, then turns red and blinks 5 times over and over again

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You need to replace your bulb. Order a replacement online---it's easy to swap and the instructions are in your manual. If you purchase one from a local dealer you will pay over $150 more!!!

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