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Won't power on

Plug it in...the blue light comes on for a few seconds, then the red light comes on and repeats the following sequence:blinks 6 times pause blinks 3 times fast I replaced the power supply board and now the TV does nothing...no lights no sounds...nothing

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You still have power supply trouble, even after replacement of the board. Recheck the replacement work; could be something wrong there

Posted on Jul 19, 2013

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It's a power supply related problem.
The flashing 8 times is a trouble code. A Service Manual for your TV model will have the info on the codes. It could be a bad capacitor or a transformer on the power supply board.If you have some electronic experience, you can find a Service Manual for your TV over the internet. Cost about under $20.

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SOURCE: What does the 6 slow blinking red lights followed

Try unplugging the TV and then plugging it back in after a bit (at least 10 seconds). In several cases, the TV will start to work for a while.

However, the blinking indicates a part or parts that are getting close to failure. Most often this is 2-4 capacitors on the main board. These can be replaced (either by yourself or by a technician if the TV is under an extended warranty). Radio Shack will have the parts; a site called tvrepairkits.com has many prepackaged sets - check for your model.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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