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Tv won't turn on.

My wife was watching when the tv suddenly turned off. i pressed the power on, did not do anything, only flashing green light. i unplugged the cord then plugged it back on, still nothing happened just the flashing green light came on.

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Re: tv won't turn on.

Possible power supply problem or horizontal circuitry....
Best to have a tech check it....light box chassis comes out
fairly easy to go to a shop for analysis.......T.

Posted on Nov 06, 2007

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