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Its not turning on..pt2

The power button green flashes are one long flash, then 5 quick ones, then 34 quick ones, then 33 flashes...i think

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That sounds very similiar to what mine was doing. Did you have a thin white line for a while? If so, read my solution here.

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Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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