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I have a RCA D52w20 TV When I turn it on the green light flashes on and off but the tv does not come on .. Could the blub be gone an need to be replaced?

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How many times does it flash? That model has 3 CRTs instead of a lamp. Most probable cause on that model is a defective flyback. Let me know the numbers of blinks or if its constant

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