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Sony 62' blinking lamp light

So... recently (the past few months) the TV has been attempting to power up (can hear the fan running, and the screen slightly glows), then turns off and I have a constant lamp blinking light. After going through this a certain amount of times (sometimes 5 minutes, sometimes hours) the TV will eventually turn on. For the last month it has not turned on... replaced the bulb and still the same thing.

wierd thing is, that we do not really have this problem in the summer (assumed it was the temp outside). but cranked the heat inside and no help. it had trouble turning on last winter and summer was fine

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You might want to have the thermal fuse checked... seems to be an issue... sony knows about it but doesn't want to share this info with many.

amazing how you can spend big bucks on a tv and the life of the tv isn't all that long.

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