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Press power on and light just flashes

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If the blue light just flashes on the television that means it detected some kind of hardware problem and its not allowing the television to boot up. This means the television will have to get service.. could be the main-board or power supply that might be giving it some low voltage. But to get an idea on the repair cost this company called Amergence Technology works on Olevia HDTV products and they could give you an idea on the repair cost and were it will have to be send to get it service..
Amergence Technology number is toll free 866-965-3842

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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