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Thomson 44jw611s rear projection tv

Hi i have a problem with my tv.when i plug it in the red power button flashes on of on off etc but no picture! do i need a new bulb? or a pc board? or something else

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Hi there, red light flashing means a shorted parts on the unit, do some test, check the horizontal sec, check the FBT if ok else buy a new one. ty

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