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Screen just went blank. Red light by power button stayed on and flashing on and off and can not be shut off. If you unplug it and leave unplug for awhile the red light is off when you plug it back in. You can start and makes a sound like it starting put it does mot the screen is blank and the red light is flashing on and off? What could the problem. Model 32AF42. Serial No: 11811270 Thank you Roger J Wanlin

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my screen will turn on right after unit is plugged in and stay on for a short period of time, then it shuts off and the red light near the power button blinks and teh tv will not turn back on. there might be problem of loose contact in power supply Thanks

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Looks like a power supply issue the only solution to fix this up is to get it repaired.

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flyback on the verge of giveing out on you.. needs a new flyback..

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Some el.components are loose on tv circuit board.I have removed the back cover,supported tv picture tube 45 deg.against wall.This tv is heavy!One screw on left holds the circuit board to bottom case.Removed and supported this board on few heavy books.Turned tv on and gently probed all the componets on top of the board with plastic drinking straw.In my case transistors Q-830 and Q-421 needed resolder loose joints.These components are mounted on flat aluminium heat sink strips located sligtly left of center of the circuit board.Also blobed bit of silicone into base hole and foot of alu.heat sink to support it.

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