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POWER LIGHT FLASHES ONE SHORT AND ONE LONG FLASH.
What is the problem? THE PROBLEM IS THAT ONE OF THE LED's STRIPS IS BAD!

SHARP AQUOS LC60LE810UN RESET INSTRUCTIONS

1)Plug in TV to electric current First then wait until LED start flashing.
2)Press Volume DOWN [ - ] HOLD BUTTON.
3)Press Channel UP [ ^ ] HOLD BUTTON.
4)Press Power [ (') ] HOLD ALL three buttons until LED stops flashing and then release.

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    ·THE FIX IS TO REPLACE ONE OF THE LED's. You need to open the back of the TV and you will also need to remove the front cover and panel to get to the LEDs. The TV will need to be placed facedown and on the backside. This is a 2 person job to turn the TV on its sides. Be careful with the white computer connectors (wide white strip) at the base of the TV where the TV stand sits. You will need to disconnect this in order to get to the LED's.
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    Once the TV lights up, your face will also light up with joy! Put everything back together and you are set. If you need the complete instructions which come from Sharp as to how to disassemble the unit, please send me an e-mail to LGTR61@YAHOO.ES. Please note I don't check this address daily, so a few days wait may take for you to receive the instructions.

    Where can you buy the LED's - try searching Yahoo.com or Google.com for resellers.
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    FRONT SIDE BACK SIDE RL 94v-0
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    1029
    LFa
    Sn-Ag-Cu
    Ps-1
    K4458TP
    4458ZZ
    0921FM
    104863
    ee03A
    SHORT STRIP (30 LED's)
    FRONT SIDE BACK SIDE
    RL 94v-0
    E329419
    1025 LFa
    Sn-Ag-Cu
    Ps-1
    K4459TP
    4459ZZ
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