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My Celestial tv is not turning on.The red light flashes more times than usual and when the green light turns on there is no picture or sound.

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I think this sounds like my problem (need to replace the projector lamp). However, when I hit the "on" button, my SXRD 50" blinks green for about a minute then starts blinking red. Can you confirm the bulb solution? I was very pleased with this sight when my fan malfunctioned. I got the fan in a matter of day's from Sony and it fixed that problem.

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Hi I have a Sony KP-57hw40. It will work for few minutes and turns green and shutoff .It has some green lines from end to end.

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Hi.The signal lights red means the primary power of your tv is good and the signal lights green indicate the second power.If the green lights is flashing it means that they have shorted parts in the crt board.Maybe the problem is in the power section of the crt.Need for troubleshoot or repair the crt board.

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