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This denotes a problem with the power supply for the unit. This may be as simple as removing the power board and replacing it or as complex as repairing the board itself. Repairing the board would be the cheaper option, but In either case I would suggest that you let a qualified TV technician perform this task, due to the possibility of electrical shock hazards.
I hope this helps,
Posted on May 27, 2008
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