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Won't turn on, just white light scroll then off.

Problem started with Dish Network receiver (I think) saying no signal. After talking to a tech and plugging and unplugging everything 50 times my receiver will go on but my LG 52SX4D 52 in. HDTV will not. I tried unplugging for an hour or so but this did not help. When I turn the tv on there is a white scrolling light going up and down for a while and then turns itself off. Thanks for any solutions, robingallagher@sbcglobal.net

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  • sandi436 Jul 29, 2008

    replaced the bulb, turn tv on and white light scrolls for aminute or so then the top red light comes on and the second red light from the top starts blinking, then shuts its self off.

  • gizmo97 Aug 13, 2008

    same as Sandy,where can we find an answer?

  • hatdaddy Aug 16, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with the set light just scrolling and after a while just shutting off.I talked to a HG tech and he indicated that the lamp needed replacing.

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