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Toshiba 50" cinema series

My set wont turn on. normally the on/off button is black when off and a solid red led light within it is on when the set is on. now the led lights constantly flashes and the on/off button has no effect. any ideas what this is? thanks!

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Re: toshiba 50" cinema series

Try to unplug and replug back the power cord of the
tv and turn it on again. Sometime this work.

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