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Hdtv 32" hi my tv wont turn on when i hit the power the blue light will show and then start blinking and lately i have been playing my ps3 and my hdmi cable is connected to it can you help.

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  • rlarson May 08, 2008

    My philips 32pfl5322d has the same problem. Th blue light comes on and then starts to blink amber. Wont power up

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This is symptomatic of the power boards in these larger tv's you will need a service tech to come out and diagnose the actual issues

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