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I have fixed a few tv's that were flat screens and the problem is almost always a capasitor. They use the cheepest from china, look for a bulge on one on the power side although they are not always noticable.
If there's a constant green blinking light, There's another post on this problem. Check out solution #9, Chris and Nat. They call it the green blinking light of death, but it's actually not too hard to fix thanks to these guys. We had no soldering experience, but the pics and the steps were right on (although we had 7 capacitors to replace, not 4). We were able to fix our TV for less than $15, and less than two hours of work.