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Different kind of blinky light problem

Here's a real head scratcher........ I've got a WD-52527 LCD. I got home and had a yellow blinking status light. I checked the filter cover and it's all good. I unplugged the set overnight and it comes up fine in the morning. But it won't come on a couple of hours later. I unplug/replug the set and wait the 70 seconds or so. When I push the power button I get a blinking yellow status light AND a blinking green lamp light. I cannot find what this code means anywhere. I tried getting the code through using the Device/Menu buttons but I don't get consistant codes. One time I got 56 another I just got a 4. Sorry for such the long post. I'm really frustrated. I hope someone smarter than me can figure this out.

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I have the same problem and found thecode in a service manual. 56 is Shutter Not Connected. I found another individual who said they took it too a shop and they repaired loose conections. I am going to tear into mine to see what it takes to repair it. I will keep you posted.

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Codes are here, and at for more info.

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Here's something that might also be useful. After you turn on the set, and get the regular red blinky lights, hold down the Device and Menu buttons together for about 5 seconds.
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