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Repair tip unit does not turn on, power LED ls flashing. Sometimes we can unplug it and plug it in again and it works, but if you shut unit off, and go to turn it back on the power LED flashes again.

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Hi there
Your tv has develpoed a fault that can be determined by the number of flashes it makes. Thius is a guide for a repair man to know what has happened. Refer to a service guy unfortunatly

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Graeme

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Mar 19, 2008

    There are FAQ about this and other problems your set may have here

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