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Red light goes on & off when i put the tv power cord into the outlet

Its been more than a year that i have bought my Videoseven LTV32H and i haven't used it very much. I don't know what might have happened since it was fine when i turned it off last night and I am the only one using it.Of course it was plugged in all night as it has allways been.Outside the weather conditions were good so there's no chance of a thunder or anything like that.I removed the power cord from the outlet hopping that it might somehow "rest" but it didn't work.Now when i put it in the outlet the red light goes on and off blinking like a sort of message but since i don't have the service manual i don't know what it means.Outlet voltage 240 V.Hope that anyone can help me!!!
Thanks to anyone in advance.

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  • Lamre Feb 26, 2008

    I connected the TV to a UPS but nothing different happened.Then i opened the case myself trying to find anything that could be wrong.I sow there was a fuse and I pulled it out.I checked it and it was good. The light blinks on and off repeatedly like it should mean something, but the thing is that i don't have a manual to understand what is wrong.

  • nadkitch Nov 15, 2008

    I have the same problem with mine. Did you find a solution?



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If the unit operates properly, use an UPS, uninterrupted power supply. Even though there are no thunderstorms, power is not always "clean." It may fluctuate depending on localized conditions.

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