Question about Televison & Video
Unplug the set for a hour and try again if the problem comes again then
the set is on protection mode (standby led on or blinking) and simply
won't turn on due to a fault that it has detected. most cases will
require the help of a professional tv repairer to get solved. An expert
has to test and analyze the set to find the fault from the tv.
a tv has deadly voltages inside even when unplugged and home user repair is never recommended.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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