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Fast Blinking Timer Light

I know this means that it is in the start up mode. But it should stop blinking after about 1 minute. It has been 8 hours. Has anyone found the answer to this yet? It seems common but I have not found "fixes."

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If the timer light blinks at the same rate all the time...then the problem could be fairly serious (the tv won't start up). If the blinks are NOT consistent..then count them...it is an error code for service personnel. Try resetting the tv or plugging it out. Wait. Then plug it back in (resets the tv) and see what happens.

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