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RCA Scenium HD50LPW162YX2 Power light on steady no lamp. When unplugged and plugged back in the power light flashes several times then goes back to steady. Have put new Phillips lamp in set still the same. I suspect maybe the fan is out and so lamp will not turn on.

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It still sounds like a lamp. If the light blinks, then pauses, and blinks again 5 times, the lamp is trying to turn on. If the TV doesn’t turn on after 5 minutes and then the light blinks steadily for one minute, possibility is that the lamp door may be open. Face the back of the TV. Locate the door at the bottom of the TV and close it. Turn off the TV and turn back on. The lamp should turn on. If still you face the same issue then it’s the fan which needs to be replaced.

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