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Blinking green light

Electric went off last night.   reset does not help.  cannot restart tv

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    Power went off while we were out, came back on and got the blinking green light. As others, tried all sorts or resets w/wo power, etc. Nothing. Pulled back off cabinet. Where power cord goes in, there is a 10A fuse. Of course, it was fine. Diagram says there are at least 9 other fuses. I see them labeled on various boards but none of them are visible. I know what a fuse looks like. So either these are hard wired into the motherboard or ??? they are underside the board (why would they put them there). Every fuse is labeled on the board but the 10A fuse noted above is the only one I can find. Will leave power off for a couple days and see if anything changes....anyone know where these fuses are that are on the label in side the cabinet but not otherwise visible?

  • da-kine Dec 11, 2007

    Having same problem. Check fuse, it is fine. Tried same kinds of things with no luck as yet. Will leave it off for a couple days and see if anything changes. Nearest service is 100 miles and you have to take it there.



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My tv did this, if you unplug it for a couple of days, plug it back in and push the reset, my light quit blinking, but it took about 1 to 2 hours

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