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It's possible that the power outage could have affected the TV's settings, including the sleep timer function. You may want to try resetting the TV to its default settings to see if that resolves the issue. To do this, you can usually find a "reset" or "factory reset" option in the TV's settings menu.
If resetting the TV doesn't work, it's possible that there is a software or firmware issue with the TV. In this case, you may need to contact Hisense customer support or bring the TV to a repair shop for further diagnosis and repair.
Other RCA VCRs have had problems with flashing timer lights. Those could be fixed with service from an electronics repair person if it doesn't stop even after being unplugged for a while. But, try leaving it unplugged for a few hours. If that doesn't work, the electronics repair might be the way to go, or get a different VCR on eBay or from the local thrift store for pretty cheap.
I am sharing four cases in which your tv either turns itself off or appears to turn itself off.
TV appears to be off
You using your tv as a monitor or your pc is in sleeping mode.
Your cable or satellite Box is not outputting a signal.
TV turns iteself off
The sleep timer is set.
The off timer is set.
Your tv appears to be off:
If you are using the tv as a monitorIf you are using tv as a monitor and the stand-by light only
blinks for a few seconds when you press the power button,your pc is in the sleeping mode. To take your pc out of sleep,press a key from your key board or move the mouse.Tv turns on.
If you are using TV with a cable or satellite Box
If you have a cable or satellite Box your Tv may appear be off because the cable or satellite Box is not outputting a signal.Press the guide or info button on the cable or satellite Box remote control.
if the screen displays info or guide data,the problem is caused by the Box,you must call your cable provider.
if screen does not display info data,change the source on your TV.
Ok not sure if this is your problem, BUT, I have done this before! If you hit the SLEEP button on your TV's Remote control you may be setting the SLEEP TIMER on your TV. It is made so you can watch a show and fall asleep on your couch and the TV will shut off after a specified time. On mine it is anywhere from 30 minutes to 3 HOURS! My remote says the word SLEEP over the timer button. not sure on yours
Hope that solves the problem, just hit the button until the word "OFF" shows on your screen.
just checked a similar sets owners manual...the sleep timer on this model is located in the menu---setup,,this menu prompt has language,SLEEP,menu trans,menu timeout ,and default setting....if you don't see the SLEEP mode in setup--you probably don't have it!...hope that helps