Question about Televison & Video
Unplugging it from the main power source is the most common way to temporary fix it. You can try as well the factory setting reset, you will need to re-run all the setup process and the apps account setup.
You need to count how many flashes does TV display before turn off. It is a code. It will tell you weather this is Software or Hardware failure. Then the final fix you need. Each manufacturer might have different codes though.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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