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Hi i have a 42'' 42'' sylvania pla model 6842 pf m and have a bli

Hi i have a 42'' sylvania plasma tv model 6842 pf m and have a blinking light on but it does not power on.Can you help me?

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If stand-by voltages are good, you probably have bad inverter board. could be one or two depending on unit

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http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?name=490-4260-ND

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