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SOURCE: RED LIGHT IN THE BACK

The light comes from the power source and signals that it has been shut down in emergency mode. This happens when another component of the tv fails and it starts acting like a short - the protection system of the power source gets triggered and the source if forcefully shut down to protect it and the rest of the components of the tv.
If the damaged part isn't a critical one the main control processor of the tv should still get enough power to approximatively identify the failed part and issue an error code thru the status light on the front - it would blink in a very defined way. But since you don't see that it means that the damage is indeed extensive and the only way to see what is wrong is to open the tv and test it - a job for an experienced electronics repair man. You must call one and in the mean time unplug the tv from the mains.

Posted on May 11, 2011

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Once you have downloaded the program from the radio to the computer via the program, change the squelch setting. A nominal squelch setting I use for any radios I program is 75 or higher. After making the alterations to the program, save it to a file on your computer and upload that file to the radio. Turn the radio off and on as necessary.
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I am confident if your radio worked previously at another job site, using other frequencies/PL codes, that your only issue at this time is programming.

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