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Black screen, blinking green light, nothing happens

TV sometimes works after a few days (unplugged) but only basic channels. All attempts to use any input result in TV turning off and blikning a green light. Once off it does not turn on and shows no error codes that I'm aware of. I press the system reset button and it will blink a green light for one minute but still will not turn on. Can someone give any real solution for this? Should I just give up on this TV and get a new one?

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Hi it is the indication of error code......can you tell me how much time does light blinks......

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