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The power light flashes off and on but the tv will not work, and we have done everything as far as reset button and even disconnected the power at the electric box and it still flashes. Can you help with this??? Thanks Ed Henry

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Look around online and find that this is a huge problem with Mitsubishi rear projection tv's. It is the board that needs replacing at $1100. My tv is 3 years old and already a big paperweight. Blinking green light of death.

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First, to answer your last question, not all power outages and subsequent surges are created equally nor are all surge protectors. Also, after a power outage where the subsequent surge is so strong that it got past your surge protector and knocks out your TV and it's never done that before... REPLACE YOUR SURGE PROTECTOR.
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