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Blinking Green Timer Light

My timer light has is constant green blinking light. I've disconected the TV and still no good results. My TV will not even turn on. I noticed you had a link on how to address this issue, but the link directs me to an error page. Can you please help?

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Change the 1000uf capacitors on the DM board. Its easy but getting the chassis out is a job. The service manual will make it easier and will correctly identify the DM board and where its located. Heres where you can get the manual and free tech support.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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