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Toshiba 32A41 32" TV - I turned the TV off at the power switch on the front of the TV. The solid red LED turned off as it has for 12 years. NOW, neither the remote nor the power switch on the front of

All 3,145,193 combinations of button pushing on both the set and the remote that exist, troubleshooting from the owners manual, un-plugging and re-plugging the power supply. Except for the blinking red LED on the front of the set, it's a dead soldier.

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Sounds like the power supply is down mate unless it's just a fuse replacement it's probably more cost effective to buy a new one.you could try gumtree or eBay for one with a damaged screen.

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From your post I understand that the tv is not turning on even if you use the button on tv, if that is the case there is nothing wrong with the remote control, and from the blinking light shows that there is something wrong with the tv. Get it checked by a qualified service guy.

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Call who you bought the TV and remote from and get it replaced with there warranty. No reason to put yourself through a headache when you are covered under warranty.

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SOURCE: My toshiba TP48E60 model projection tv won' turn on, power light just blinks

Blinking of power LED are fault indications. Count the number of blinks occur at one time switch on. For this number, you can get an idea about the faulty section circuit inside it. It will make troubleshooting much narrower. If you wish to get more details about the blinking codes, check this link. Pull up older posts there.

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