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Please intimate model and brand of your TV so I will find out reason of no picture, no sound problem.
Reply with model and brand info.
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I have a 10 year old Sharp LC-46D62U flat screen tv. The power light continuously blinks green as soon as the power cord is plugged in. There is no video or audio.


TV set power supplies are subject to failure of large capacitors in the power supply which only have a shelf life of about 10 years so your power supply has likely failed. Unfortunately the cost of new TVs these days Baker's such that it's not worth repairing. And there is no simple fix that I know of. I have personally recycled hundreds of these TVs with the similar issues and indication. If you're really serious about it, you can look for a replacement power supply on eBay for the same model. If you have technical abilities than replacing the capacitors would likely fix the power supply. The capacitors are not very expensive but you need to have some technical skills. Any capacitor that has leakage or a raised top even a slight amount is likely bad. Jenna Lee for a repair we replace all the caps. Good luck

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Red power light blinking on my denon avr 1907, tried reset procedure, no speakers hooked up now and it still goes from green light to blinking red light and shuts off...Any clues?


This is a protection mode. The receiver protection circuit detects an internal problem like missing power supply voltage or blown channel and shuts down the receiver. You need to bring the unit to a repair facility.

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TV repeatedly goes into standby mode and then comes back on


Resolder Horizontal section & SMPS Power Supply with Soldering Iron

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Rapid green blinking green light on monitor and power & no video


try to acces the menu and to reset the display settings.
try another monitor on your computer to be sure that your video board is working, and if it is change the resolution in 1024X768 and try again your dell display

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Green light blinks slowly on my JL Audio 300/4 amp


Check your fuse at the battery. While AGU glass fuses "look" good, when you read the voltage AFTER the fuse, you can only be getting 5 volts or so. I can't tell you how many times I have seen this.

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LRD6399SWS


LED Display gives you your display visual alerts, signal strength, and operation mode. Here is an attached link for the manual.....http://www.uniden.com/pdf/LRD6399SWSom.pdf
But to answer your question here is what the difference between the green light and the red light are:
1. X-Band Signal Indicator—A green LED lights and blinks to
indicate the presence of an X-band radar signal. The blink rate
increases as the radar source gets closer. A distinct audio alert is
also heard.
2. K-Band Indicator— An amber (orange) LED lights and blinks to
indicate the presence of a K-band radar. The blink rate increases as
the radar source gets closer. A distinct audio alert is also heard.
3. Ka-SuperWideband Signal Indicator— A yellow LED lights and
blinks to indicate the presence of a Ka-SuperWideband radar
signal. The blink rate increases as the radar source gets closer. A
distinct audio alert is also heard.
4. Laser Signal Indicator— A red LED under L lights and blinks to
indicate the presence of a laser signal. A distinct audio alert is also
heard.
5. SWS Signal Indicator— When an early warning hazard or
informational signal is detected, the yellow SWS LED begins to
blink and the amber K-band LED lights. A distinct audio alert is
also heard.
6. Power-On Indicator— A green LED under P lights to indicate
power is being supplied to the unit and the unit is turned on.
7. LED Signal Strength Meter—Four LEDs give an accurate visual
indication of the strength of radar or laser signals.
8. City Mode Indicator—A green LED under C lights to indicate
that you selected City Mode.
9. Auto Mute Indicator— A red LED under M lights to indicate that
you selected the Auto Mute feature.

Please make sure you give me a rating and I hope this helps,
cbinny1



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Blinking red power light


I think Denon designed in a "bug" as mine just "went east" today

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