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Blinking standby light

Standby light blinking and unable to power on. Did not attach a computer to it.

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  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    Mine is a Samung LCD But the same problem won't turn on just blinking yellow light model LTM1555B model code LTM1555BX/XAA. Turn it off and on, plug it into other outlets with different cable jacks but problem still continues also plug it into my computer and the problems is still there its as if its on stand by and won't come out.

  • Anonymous Sep 02, 2008

    standby light blinks 6 times then repeats wont power up

  • antonela2000 Dec 28, 2008

    Blinking St-By light but TV can not to switch ON.

    This is a Third time is happening.Previously after few HRS.was switched on

    but now more than 24hrs blinking st.by light without switching on.

    From inside is possiblle to hear some noise as a continious HDD. reading.

    Please if you can instruct what to do.

  • Xaphos Jan 23, 2009

    Mine is a LN40A500T purchased on Black Friday from Wal-Mart. Worked great for almost 2 months, but now wont turn on. The stand-by light blinks twice like Morse Code, but I don't know what the code means.

  • efrainrivera Mar 25, 2009

    Blinking Standby light,blink's 5 times,when i press the power standby & on light turn on.The screem show for second.Then it turn off,The standby light stay blinking.

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Unplug the set for 15 minutes ...... plug it back in and try it....

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If the issue continues to occur, service may be required.


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