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Hi I have a 32” walker tv when I plug it in the standby light just keeps flashing can it be fixed or is it for the bin

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Open internal fuse or power supply failure

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SOURCE: tv went black and no sound standby light falsh twice and paused and flashed twice again

This indicates a short happened somewhere in the set, causing the set to go into "safe mode" where it won't let itself turn on. Oftentimes it's the convergence board. Depending on what that will cost you, you may want to just replace the set.

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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SOURCE: standby light flashes 3 times

A 3 flash pattern indicates that either the lamp is not seated correctly or that the lamp door is not latched properly. It can also be a fault with the switches that sense whether the lamp is seated or the door is latched. Try reseating the lamp and relatching the lamp door

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Samsung HLP4674W - changed bulb - still no picture - lights flash

If the lamp has been replaced I would think the Lamp ballast would be most likliest followed by the color wheel and then the Digital board. You can get any part needed for your model at www.tvrepairworld.com just leave them a email they respond quickly.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: KDF-50a12U Powers off then standby light blinks 3 times

Please recheck Lamp Cover and make sure it is fixed in its space securely as 3 times red blink shows lamp cover error.
There is small safety switch in TV cabinet under lamp cover that has to be pushed by lamp cover if it is fixed in its position properly. That switch is not being pressed by lamp cover and causing this error.
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Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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Hello,
The flashing power light indicates a failure in the power supply board of your tv. We should be able to repair the board for our standard rate of $45 plus return shipping. If you are interested in setting up a repair please use the following link to our web site: http://www.ccl-la.com/blog/index.php/service-request-form/ Our normal repair turn around time is 2-3 days.

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