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Power on/No picture

The picture will not come on but the red power lights blinks. Have unplugged to try and reset but that did not work.

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  • Heyd Dec 05, 2007

    Ive got the same problem. the power light is on with red light but no response when I press any button or unplugged the tv.

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2007

    I have the same problem, only ahd for two days and hsa shut off 5 times. Wo't even restrat now.

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2008

    I have exact the same problem. I'd even connect directly to the computer and the same problem no display, Power light blinking red 3 short blinks, and then 1 long blink, and repeating...

  • cassiejane Jan 09, 2008

    no pic, just clicking and the blue light blinks

  • 12erika21 Jan 17, 2008

    yeah same here. my viewsonic n2060w randomly turned off while we were watching. the manual power button on the tv doesn't work, but the blue ON light turns on when i hit the power button on the remote control. the blue light stays on for a bit, blinks, then after awhile just turns off. the screen does nothing in the process, just stays black. i have tried unplugging and replugging the tv, but to no avail...helppppp haha

  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2008

    i turn it on and the red light just goesoff and comes bac on

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2008

    i turn on the tv the light gose on but no picture

  • truky65 Aug 30, 2008

    My T.V. has a the problem is that it turns on and off while watching the t.v.It also turns off by itself and then it goes back to normal.The power light starts flashing ,this only happends during the day when it gets really hot.This has been happing for atleast two straight days in one week.

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    I have the same problem no picture. My digtal camera USB cord did not fit in the service port. So this solution did not work.

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008




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If you have a USB cable from a digital camera, plug it into the service port on the side of the tv/monitor and plug it into the computer and it will come on. It is some sort of short in the on/off circuitry and this gives it the boost it needs to come on. I received a free 23" Olevia TV/Monitor because the guy was having the same problem and didnt want to try to fix it. Very easy fix if you have a digital camera USB cable.

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I have the same problem with my 42 inch plasma panasonic television from COSTCO.  The red power light blinks, but does not turn on. By unplugging and re-plugging the power cord from the wall, it restarts.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008


On December 19, 2007,I had the same problem on my 42" plasma,. he light blinked twice and there was no picture.  My tv was just six months old and lucklily it was still under warranty.  To my surprise, a panasonic technician came out the next day, literally 17 hours after I made the initial call. Turns out its a fairly common problem and relates to the failure of a circuit board.  Had I been out of warranty, the cost would have been over $500, or just under 50% of the purchase price.  While I am very disappointed by such a severe problem so early in the TV's life, can't say enough good things about their service.  I had a whirlpool  dishwasher fail over the summer and it took two weeks to get a service appointment and another 6 to fix it properly.

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