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It sounds that the main board to your TV have shorted component/s [ICs, Capacitors Etc..] In this case, it will be better to contact any experienced service technician, or, the authorized service center for Hanspree; to get this fault rectified. Actually, the troubleshooting to this problem will be a skilled one, that a normal user can't do.
I think, you got me. Gopakumar Gopalan Google
1) Switch on the TV set
2) Press the TV button on the Sky Remote 3) Hold down the select and red buttons for 2-3 seconds until the LED blinks twice
4) Press the TV button on the Sky Remote again 5) Enter the 4 digit code for your make of TV (try 0206) 6) The LED should blink twice, if not recheck the 4 digit code used and go back to 1 7) Press the standby button on the Sky Remote (The TV should go to standby) 8) Press select to store this setting If the TV does not go into standby press the TV button then the standby button, then TV then standby, keep repeating this until successful. This will scan the codes used for a particular make of TV.
the blinking light signifies to a repair technician with capacitors or circuits are having an issue they can diagnose the problem via the amount of blinks in between pauses however it will require a technician and some specific tools and schematics to fix and it may be cheaper if its no longer under warranty to purchase a new one
I've had exactly the same problem and it seems to be happening across a whole range of 2 year old LCD TVs World wide. Replacing the Inverter seems to be the only solution (sometimes but not 100% effective). I'm trying to track down if you can get an Inverter for a Hannspree at all and if it's going to be cost effective