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We have a Mitsubishi DLP telvision model wd52525 the light beneath the timer keeps blinking, and I can't get the television to turn on. I have unplugged and replugged it back on and have pressed the "reset" button and nothing has worked. Please help.

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Press the input and menu buttons on the front of the set and see if a two dgit error code will blink. It sounds like a 3 4 code.

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