Question about Televison & Video
You haven't told us the exact model of your tv so i can't be very precise.
On older tv's the blink signals that the power source is in protected mode because there's a short on one of its output lines - use a voltmeter to find out which output line is down then test all components / boards that this line powers until you find the shorted one.
On newer tv's that blinking signals the fact that the processor of the tv has been unable to load the firmware - something is wrong in the mainboard of the tv. Again you must test it - if the voltages at the processor are ok then the defect is in it. In that case you must replace the mainboard.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All the components are screwed to the back of the cabinet. Once the back screws are removed, the front bezel snaps off. (Not easily, but take courage and try.) Release a connector in a set of leads to the pilot light panel to get enough slack to lay the bezel flat. The LCD panel then removes with seven silver screws (one is a ground lead). Move it to the side, and the power supply board is accessible. Two connectors and four screws, and it comes out.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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