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Six beeps of the standby light...

When my TV is turned on it works fine. Once it is off and you turn it back on it 'poofs' then the picture card thing lights up. After that the TV sighs and the standby light beeps six times - over and over. I unplug the TV to reset it. If I leave it for days - it may turn back on again. I think it may have something to do with humidity but not sure. Anyway - anyone know what six beeps means? How about any of the beeps?

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Yes your suggestion is correct. This type of problem occurs due to humidity also. Solution is if your a technical person or service person just remove main pcb from the tv and blow all dust and clean it. Check whether the dry soldered in power supply area and jungle ic area. if found clear it. Now the tv is working well and good. 6 times blinking means problem in jungle ic area.

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