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My LG 26LG30 has power button blinking, won't respond or turn on.

My LG 26LG30 normally has a red light indicating that it is off, and this turns to blue when the set is turned on.

Now, the blue light and red light are blinking alternating, red, then blue, then red again, about 1 second each.

The TV set will not respond to either manually turning the set on and off or using any button on the remote.

Turning it off by unplugging it from the wall makes no difference when I plug it back in. There are no peripherals attached to the TV set.

Any ideas about what might be wrong? The set is about 1.5 years old.

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  • wmhogg Jul 26, 2009

    I checked everything and it is still doing that blinking and will not come on.

    I assume now that it is the hardware. I may have bought a service plan for that TV.

    Thanks for your assistance!

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Thanks for using FixYa. First of all please check the remote control batteries. Now check the cable inputs at the back). If still the problem persists then the problem is with the transformer inside the TV which has gone bad due to a short circuit inside it and that is the reason due to which the TV is facing the issue you described. The transformer core contains very high voltage even when it’s off. If you don’t have any experience then I will advise you to get it repaired/ replaced from a qualified technician.

Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


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