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Plasma will not turn on

The red button on my plasma tv is on but when I try to turn the screen on with my remote the red light turns off and after a few seconds turns back on.

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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    POWER SUPLY BURNTOUT

  • kafouiyao Sep 17, 2008

    when i press power on the remote control to turn on my tv the red light goes off and after 30 minutes the green light started blinking about 30 or 45 times before it turn on.

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I had a power supply for my Protron 32 inch TV that was not working. I bought the one on ebay and it stopped working after only three weeks. Ultimately I found a guy who could fix my original power supply for a reasonable price. It's been working for a year now with no problems. I wish I would have tried him first!!!! If anyone is interested his email is dave@thola.com.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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I was watching mt Philips TV (50" ambilight") and suddenlty it shut itself down. I get no power to it (no red light) NOTHING. When it shut down, the plasma glass felt a little hot.

any thoughts?

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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Sounds like u might have a bad power supply

Posted on May 03, 2008

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