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One green light is blinking and makes a beeping and ticking sound. Both computers are connected and working.

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SOURCE: GE Profile side by side 3 1/2 years old model pit23sgrd sv has been making ticking noise, all digtal displays are off and green leds on front panel blink while it ticking. frigd is not working while i

The main PCB at the back of the appliance has failed

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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SOURCE: sony vaio desktop wont turn on

This type scenario normally indicates a power supply failure. Try connecting a known good power supply to your Sony Vaio desktop.

If you do not have a spare power supply, (many people do not) the alternative is to short the the black and green wire on the power lead connecting to the motherboard using a paper clip. This is not a desirable solution and very dangerous, but will help to diagnose the problem. Do not insert any objects while the power supply is energized. Ensure it is unplugged first.

Should the computer start with the green and black wire shorted, the problem is with the power supply. If not, the problem is likely at the motherboard level.

Hope this helps you.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Blinking green light and won't turn on

bad capacitors on the power board just one bad on mine! posabilty of 3 two are 1000uf 25v and and the other is like 400v 100uf or something. I pulled one out of an old satalite reciever good luck Thanks JT

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SOURCE: KDS-60A2020 Sound works, screen goes black, green light blinks

Could be the lamp is failing.

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