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I have a 32 inch AKAI LCT320TD and it is hooked up to a direct tv box via coax coming in from the satellite and then it is connected via composite cables to the TV. When I turn on the TV the power light is Green and then goes Orange and eventually RED? What is the orange status mean? and How do I get a least snow to show up on the screen. It's black the whole time that the power light changes?

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3 blinks is a lamp cover error, did you make sure that the lamp cover is screwed in tight? Also check the lamp cover for deformity, there is a problem with your model where the set over heats and melts the lamp cover a little causing it not to make connection with the lamp cover switch. Let me know if you find either of these problems? If not we can troubleshoot a little further.

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