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Sounds like you have an internal fault (probably on the power supply board) This is the board that generates the various voltages for the various parts of the tv circuitry. The best is to take it to reputable tv repairer(just what you didnt want to hear hey)
do you have a dial up modem installed in the system's pci slot? try removing it and see if it posts then. if it still doesn't post (show bios screen) then try using a known good stick of ram. if it still doesn't display then chances are its the power supply.
"FF" or a blinking light will display meaning “Fault Found”. The “fault” is in the amount of power available to the blanket, mattress pad or throw.
There are several causes to this problem: 1. Bedding product is plugged into an extension cord, surge protector, power strip, or not plugged into a direct wall outlet. 2. Bedding product wasn't plugged in properly.
To FIX this problem, do the following to reset your bedding product:
1. Unplug the power cord from the electrical connection. 2. Unplug the cord from the actual bedding product itself. 3. Re-plug the cord into the bedding product. Make sure the connection is secure and complete. 4. Re-insert power cord back into a wall outlet.
If the 4 steps above are not followed in order, the bedding product will not properly reset.
Please research this more before asking a question! There are 4 caps in the DM module that need to be changed. It DOES require some technical skills and soldering experience. If you still have not found the answer to this problem, let me know
I have the 52" version of the Viera model. Mine went out last night and started blinking twice over and over again. I suspected overheating so i just went to bed and tried it in the morning with no luck. Then I unplugged it for more than ten minutes and plugged it back in and everything worked fine. I hope this helps.