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In most instances the flashing green (or red or other colors) indicates that the TV has engaged a "protection mode" that is to keep from causing further damage in the set.

There is one thing that you might try... Unplug the TV from the wall. Leave it unplugged for about ten minutes and then plug it back in. If this restores normal function then the microprocessor that controls your TV was confused by something usually a power spike or brown out.

If the set goes back to the same mode with the flashing light there is an internal defect that can only be corrected by a qualified Technician specializing in Televisions. There is a safety factor involved here that's why it has shut itself down in the first place

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Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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