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Power won't stay on. I get picture, and then it goes blank and red light blinks. When I unplug power, it will go on for a few seconds and then red light blinks. HELP!!!! Thanks

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  • jmnecap Feb 07, 2010

    Seriously? This is a hardware problem and not just buttons that were pushed in the wrong sequence?

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You have the all too common power supply/high-voltage transformer problem. It is VERY common in todays' electronics to due parts being made cheaper. I have replaced several of these in the last two years with same problem. There is only enough power to power up the little light but that's it.
The old one will have to be unplugged and soldered off and new one soldered back on. You can likely get one at partstore.com or shopjimmy.com or tigerdirect.com

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Feb 07, 2010

    If buttons where pushed wrong your tv would most likely be in locked position and wouldn't let you do anything. But you would still have a picture.

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