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TV will not turn on. I get a green light and 6 blinking red lights.

Other posts say it is related to the power supply. Any ideas ?

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  • antjen Jun 16, 2008

    I get a green light then it shuts off an I get blinking red lights

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I had the same problem. Red light flashing 6 times over and over. Yes, it turned out to be the power supply board. Cost me $250 to have it repaired! I am very disappointed in Philips quality.

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