Question about Samsung HCM4216W 42" Rear Projection Television

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TV does not turn on.

When I plug it into outlet relay inside clicks like tries to turn on in a few seconds clicks again and so on... LED next to power button constantly blinks. There is some little noise comes out of speaker. Any suggestions appreciated.

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  • nicolehalex Jun 15, 2008

    i have the same problem one day i went to turn the tv on and there was no power it would not come on at all or do anything no sound either.

  • royalmoosehe Jul 18, 2008

    55" rear projection screen TV does not come on.. no audio, no video.. LED is perpetually red, blinking, blinking and then it goes out; replaced old covergeance with new one.. but nothing has changed... help!!

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No sound means it could be a ballast issue. If there is sound, it could just be the lamp.

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