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Moved TV to a different room and the TV power button is blinking like it is in "standby" mode. How do I get it off "standby" mode??????

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Unplug it for about 30 mins it will reset it. if that doesnt work it will be stuck in standby mode until a video source is activated. if you are using hdmi both the tv and the hdmi device must be on. (hdcp compliant devices must be turned on at the same time otherwise it will say stuck in stand by mode they do this to prevent people from trying to rip content off hdmi and blu rays had the same issue with my tv and xbox.

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