Question about Toshiba 65H84 65" Rear Projection HDTV

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Problem with toshiba 65H84

When switched on power light comes on then flashes slowly. No picture, no sound

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  • xedwinx Feb 03, 2009

    I have same problem, I tried this solution but did not work. Any other solutions???
    Please help.


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Good Day, mowattearl;

The most common with this TOS TV is the failure of the convergence IC's, but rebooting, resetting first, unplug TV from wall for 3-5 minutes then plug back into wall. The "conv" IC's are STK's, large black devices mounted to a large heat sink on the verticle.

Good luck, big IRISH.

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