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D52GW12 won't come on, green light flicks 3 times

I turned off the tv. A6 hours later when I tried to turn it on i got nothing but 3 flashing green lights(power light). I have no idea if it's the fuses or what they look like in the back. Opend the back and I have not a clue. It is a GE D52GW12 ...chassis ITC222... Sept 2004...serial # E384C104T. Am at a total loss.
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  • bsflew Apr 08, 2008

    I am having the exact same problem, but for a few weeks before it stopped turning on, it would come on, then turn itself off, then back on again a few times before staying on.

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Most likely bad solder connections around the flyback area of the circuit board, that model is famous for bad solder around the flyback and bad flybacks them selves. But if the led doesnt flash 3 times then go out, its most likely a solder issue.

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Thats the error code for a bad flyback. Its a very easy an ixspensive repair. You can get a new replacement flyback at the following link for under 50.00 and free tech support so you can install it yourself. here is the link you need flyback 265409 for your model.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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