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TV won't turn on or stay on?

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  • patwheels Nov 30, 2008

    The tv will not turn on The red light flashes a few times then stops. it does this several times but atill does not come on. Called canle co. They said it must be tv. Help!!!

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No solution, Did Samsung get me for 999.00 plus tax?

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