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Toshiba 2877DB Hi this TV is old i'll admit but is been working find! now todaythe picture went off and the their screen is just black and the green light at the front it just flashing and the red power button is just lit. please advised how i can turn this back on!

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Before you do anything else, make sure you do a hard reset. Unplug your television for an hour or two and then plug it back in. If you are still seeing the blinking lights and no picture or sound then we know of several possible prolbems that it might be. All of which require a local repair service to open the tv and replace a part.

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