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We have a 65" mitsubishi with a continuous blinking green light at the power on button, tv will not turn on even after unplugging and replugging and hitting the reset button. any suggestions?

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Plug your TV and let the led light blink for about 2 minutes (dont press any button while you wait).

After the 2 mins waiting try to turn it on.

If the TV can not be turned on but the led light is on, then your mainboard is damaged and need to be replaced.

The mainboard is the one where you plug all cables in (video, antenna).

If you want to order a new one you will need your model number and your product code, both are in the back of the TV next to the serial number.

A good place to look is Ebay, good prices and fast shipping.


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