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Please Help Fix My TV - Toshiba 36" Model No. CF36G55

Toshiba 36" TV Model No. CF36G55, purchased in 1997 from Good Guys: This television currently has no picture and the power button on the right hand side has a red light that is flashing. I checked the manual and the only bit of info I could decipher from the manual is that this red light is the power source indictor or the remote indicator. No troubleshooting tips in the manual! Hopefully, you can help. (I tried shutting the entire system down, including TV and dish box, and powering up again, but now the red light is not flashing - the TV appears to be off and cannot be turned on).

Thank you,

Sue

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No, in answer to your question, I have not solved this problem! I am waiting to hear from someone on your site.

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Posted on Apr 13, 2008

  • ryanpetras Mar 15, 2011

    I have the same TV and I have attempted to unplug tv. Plugged in back in after 5 minutes. It powers up as should and 1 minute into viewing, it powers down again.....red led flashes at power down....!!!

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