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What to do with red blinking ON/OFF button on philips mci500h 12

Hello, The ON/OFF button is blinking red. Impossible to switch on. Any ideas what it is and what to do? Thank you

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  • Adeline
    Adeline May 15, 2014

    Just for specification: it is a hi-fi unit, called streamium

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    Adeline May 16, 2014

    Thank you very much for your help. I unplugged the unit over the night and pluged it again

  • Adeline
    Adeline May 16, 2014

    and plugged it again in the morning. What happened is that the speed of the flashing changed. It became so fast that the light nearly was a still red. So I tried to switch the unit on using the remote control. But unfortunately nothing happened. So I unplugged it again...

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Internal Power supply and could be a shorted diode or a relay could be causing the flashing red light. Usually the red light indicates the System is in stand-by mode or not in stand-by. If when you used to turn it off there was a red light though not flashing, then that means it is in stand-by so in that mode your remote works on some older sets work and others it doesn't matter because the remote will always work. Unplug it for a half hour and try it and see if the light stops flashing. Might help to give more clues towards the fix.

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    Ralph Sabean May 16, 2014

    Obviously the fuse isn't blown but the High Voltage regulator might be at fault. The regulator usually puts out about 130 DC and this is pulsed to the Flyback transformer and then the fly back builds up the very high Voltage for the CRT. I'm in Annapolis Royal and I have a second hand Black Monitor that I believe works and would sell it for $20 dollars and will hook it up to my Desk top to make certain it works before selling it to you.

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