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Are you SURE you get 2 blinks? I show NO 2 blink code in the 011 model Pana plasma sets. Anyway...if you replaced the PS board and still get a code, unload the VS supply from the SC board and re-check--see if the VS supply comes up--even for a couple of seconds...about 205 volts or so. If it does--re-connect and see if it then does not come up. If not--then the SC board is likely bad (THE most common failure on ANY plasma set is the Scan board ).
ON THE BALLAST SENSOR CONNECTOR AT THE ADaPTER CHECK VOLTAGES BROWN WIRE 0.1V,ORANGE-5V,YELLOW-3V, GREEN-5V. RED-GROuND. GR. CONNECTION IS OPEN. NEED TO JUMP IT FROM THE WIRE TO THE NEGATIVE SIDE OF THE FILTER CAP ON THE BALLAST, if this doesn't do it may need a new lamp.........good success, meder's tv service
Turn the TV on From main supply: Ensure that the main supply is turned on. A blue indicator light on the front of the TV lights up. When the TV is turned on by the main supply, the blue indicator light will blink for 45 seconds. This is the lamp's start-up period. When the light goes off, press the POWER button on the remote control or power switch. Press POWER to turn on the TV.
I had a similar problem with my magnavox tv with the blinking light issue. Eventually it just didn't come one anymore. Looking at other forms they said the problem was a bad capacitor number 2074 located on the power supply board. When I opened my tv, I noticed that the capacitor was bulging and burnt up. I bought a new one labeled 2200uf 35v and did some solder to attach the new piece. Put the tv back together and it works like new. No more blinking light. I hope this helps.