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Sony 19" Power button does not stay on tv cuts right back off

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  • Neesie Aug 16, 2007

    My television is 19" Sony but I'm not sure about this green light that you are referring to where is it at on the television?

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How many times does the green light flash? This green light can tell you the area where the problem is but it will not tell you what is bad.

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2007

    It is the timer light I am talking about and how old is this TV set.

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