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No sound or Picture. solid red light then red light blinks. Cant turn on the TV.
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How do I troubleshoot this?

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The start up or standby power is in need of troubleshooting. I would start by checking the regulator and horizontal output transistors.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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