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Wont turn on.

I try turning on the tv, and the red light comes on solid for a moment, until nothing comes thru the screen then it stops being solid, and starts flashing. can anyone give me any hints?

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  • Rocky Mt gal Mar 09, 2008

    Have a Sony Trinitron TV KV-27S40 with the same problem - ** picture or sound and that darn red blinking light. Purchased in 1999. Prior to it going out, TV would go into sleep mode and shut off but was able to turn it back on. I have ***** used the sleep mode so unless I accidently pressed those buttons...? I tried unplugging from power source & disconnecting all accessories (VCR & DVD) but the red light still keeps blinking. Manual says "TV may need service". Any one else with this problem? Any solutions? Info on repair cost?

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Hi: Your set has a power or high voltage circuit problem. Depending on parts cost it may or may not be expensive to repair. Get an estimate from a reliable repair tech. Good Luck.

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