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Green Light Flashing in Power Button

I feel alseep with the tv on and in the middle of the night it went off and now all that is happening with the tv is the green light is flashing in the power button and I can't get the tv to come on at all. When I push the power button it makes a sound like a mouse. I have unpluged it and left it unpluge for about an hour and nothing has gotten better HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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So the sound of mouse click is from the button being pushed.
is the light flashing codes at you in the form of flashing?
looks like you may have a short in the p/s.

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