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I am also unable to tell you the model number of your TV. The make however is Konka as you have already stated. If you don't have a model number, the best thing to do is try generic codes Sky give for Konka.
0065 0584 0399 0742 0446 0246
If these codes don't work or you need instructions on programming your Sky remote, please post back for further assistance. Please include as many details of your TV as possible, e.g. Screen size, type (CRT / LCD / Plasma) and anything else about it's appearance that may help me to identify the model number. I also assume you have checked on the back of the TV - the model number is often printed there on a sticker.
Hope this helps - please post back if I can be of further assistance.
ten blinks is usually the power supply on most of the panasonic plasma tv sets. best bet would be to find an authorized panasonic servicer in your area and have it replaced. i am authorized to do this. the business is in the dallas texas area. price for repair could run about 300-375 dollars.
This is not good. Was your tv unplugged or just power button off when you left for vacation. PlasmaTvs are highly susceptible to damage from power surges caused by lighting. Leave unplugged for at least five minutes then plug back in and see if this helps.