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JVC Model# HD-52G88. 52" 2005 It wont turn on anymore. I had the lamp checked out and it was fine. When I go to turn it on. The blue light comes on around the power button for 6-7 seconds. Then it goes out and a red light just above it flashes rapidly. Next to the red blinking light it reads... lamp/program. I took the back apart and see no loose wiring or places that needs to be re soldered.. Please help if you can. I can leave my number if you need to talk me through it. Thanks, Luke.

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