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Green lamp flashes numerous times no pic or sound

Last night the tv popped picture left and no sound. It powered down to red lamp and never turned back on. Push button and the green lamp flashes and there is no noises, picture or sound at all. When powered off the red lamp solid like it always was.

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Replace lamp.

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