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Red light is flashing, no picture or sound I have a toshiba 61 big screen that will not turn on if the room is under 65 degrees. The red light flashes and I have unplug the set to reset. Once the room heats up and I reset it works fine.

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You have a thermal problem in your start up. Radio shack sells a chemical called component cooler that can help you isolate this problem. Power your set up to operating temperature.Then cut it off spray one section of the start up circuit to cool it off then try to power up your set. If it doesnt power up try a hair dryer on the section you just cooled and try powering it up. If it powers up you found your problems. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any additional advise.

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