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Lcd not turning on

I have a 32 inch lexsor lcd tv and its stopped working. when i press the power butten the light goes blue from red then when u press it again it stops blue i was told it could be the power unit but not sure. thried googleing the fault but cam up short. any help would be appreciated. cheers steve

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  • Steve Penman Jul 21, 2008

    just steady. not blinking. cheers steve

  • bowsbin Sep 29, 2008

    same

  • Tommytv Dec 02, 2008

    same problem.. exactly..

  • Vikki Edwards
    Vikki Edwards Feb 25, 2013

    hi i have the same problem but i have a solution ... if you get it to blue and to saty blue and it will be flashing gray ever so slightly ... leave it for 20 min then turn off and back on and it will work

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    Vikki Edwards Feb 25, 2013

    turn on .. untill it stays blue and flashes ever so slightly grey colour corner of screen .. leave on for 20 mins then turn on and off and it works .. hope this helps vikki .. tv just needs preheating up

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May i know is it the power led light blinking or just steady?

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  • Zoeymarie87 Jun 29, 2011

    Just steady no blinking

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