Question about Sharp Televison & Video
Usually the blinking indicates a power section problem. That could have been from a power surge. Thats a shop job to fix. Since its out of warrenty you need to get an estimate first. Repair costs can be more than a new tv. Last one I saw was $450ish. If you have any local tv repair shops talk to them , then talk to sharp and get contact info for the repair depot and talk to them. Get estimates from all, then compare that to a new tv cost and you will know which way is best for you to go.
Unless you spent almost as much on the surge supressor as the tv they are only actually meant to protect the wiring in the house. The do not react fast enough to actually stop a power surge. They just cut off a short circuit problem so the house wiring doesn't overheat and burn the house down.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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