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Red power button flashing no picture or sound. tried disconnecting power did not work

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.If the regular reset has not action then open to disconnect power to the main board from the SMPS to see if the power +B stabilises , it may not when the set is flashing.
If so there is a short in the main board, check the capacitors, look for bulged tops, or can be the failure of the convergence IC, regulators or drivers.

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Please repost your question and include what model Toshiba television you have. You didn't include the model in your question so I cannot determine which you are asking about. Just do a repost. Thanks!! EJ

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