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Toshiba CX36G60 36 inch tv has blinking light

My son was playing xbox and the t.v went black out. then the power light kept blinking. we don't know what to do with it. it is about 7-8 year old t.v.

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Most likly it is a power regulator problem, and had nothing to do with the Xbox. These sets are common for this BUT it is unfortainate, that most likly you will be surprised when you take the set into the repair shop, on the cost of the repair. In a set this old, I would not evenm invest in an estamate charge, as Im quessing its going to cost between 225 to 300 to repair. Good Luck

Posted on Oct 08, 2006

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