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Panasonic pt53wx42f power light blinks in fives no picture or sound

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    THE POWER LIGHT BLINKS BUT NO PICTURE

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WHEN POWER IS FIRST TURNED ON I HAVE A SOLID RED LIGHT BUT NO PICTURE. THEN YOU HEAR THE TV CLICK OFF. THEN RED LIGHT STARTS TO BLINK IN SET OF (3) TIMES.

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