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I was watching the TV when it suddenly turned off. The audio fom the cable channel was still running on the independent surround audio system and I could change channels on the cable box. The power light on the TV is blinking and it does not resond to the TV's on/off switch. I shut off the power to the surge protector, waited five minutes and turned it back on. Power light still blinking, no picture, Unit purchased in 2006

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