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green led means tv powered on and status ok.
Red blinking light almost always means defect, overcurrent or overload.
6 blinks for Sony lcd flat tv means trouble in backlight circuit, or backlight inverter (backlight illumination or lighting makes your tv screen visible).
common problems in the inverter circuit, which drives the backlight, or shorted drivers, or short-circuit transformers or open circuits. You should find the problem in the inverter circuit, or in the power supply board or in the main board.
Also look for bad capacitors (electrolytic caps) which are bulged and swollen on top.
Decoupling plugs from printed circuit boards can help you in finding the problem board by elimination method.
If you power up the set after unplugging certain plugs on f.e. the inverter board , this could result in getting a green power led and concluding that this board is faulty.
6 times blinks denote a fault to its main board. If you wish to get more details, check this site linked
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Please ignore the first solution as that blink code definition is for a Sony CRT based set, NOT an Emerson.
Carefully examine the LCD panel itself with a flashlight and look for small cracks. Based upon your description of events, I think that the panel is actually cracked. This usually only prevents a picture from showing. The red lights are an indication of an internal problem and the set is in shutdown to prevent further damage.
Without seeing the actual unit, I cannot make a definite diagnosis, but I would initially suspect a power supply problem that may be relatively cheap to fix. If the set is relatively new, I'd invest in a detailed repair estimate. Post the info here from that estimate and we may be able to walk you through the actual repair.
hi.. It's in standby mode. Do a reset and see what happens While holding down the reset button on the remote Press the power button on the tv (The tv will turn itself off the back on) Now release the reset button
It sounds like the lamp needs replaced....
Is the power supply completely dead ? If so with this model of power supply its very common for the resistor 3318 on power supply to go out. Causing the power supply to completely die. Take out the resistor 3318 its a 470 Ohm 1W resistor. check it if it doesn't read around 430-530 Ohm Its gonna be bad ( most likely ith will read in the mega ohms. Replace with a 470 Ohm 2 W resistor. Also check power supply for cracks