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Beeps when turned on then power light blinks 5 times

I had a boxelder bug die on my screen when I took the back off of tv it worked fine. After cleaning the dead bug off the tv won't come back on.When I try to turn it on it beeps for about 5 seconds and then the power light flashes 5 times pauses and flashes 5 times again keeps repeating this.

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CHK hori output transistor and STK392-110s (2) of them. hori output NTE2973.If you know what these parts are then you can fix it yourself if not carry to repair shop! ThankYou for trying FixYa. Have a Nice day.

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Sound like the b+ line is not getting the voltage call a tv repair tech.

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