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I had the same problem with my 50 inch Maxent, found a solution on the internet that seemed too good to be true, but I replaced a part that cost me $1.38 at Radio Shack and my tv is as good as new. Go to this link for details and even includes pictures. All you need is a scredriver (to remove back cover) and a soldering iron - repair is actually very easy. Good Luck!
Tv still have any warrenty day left?Call for warrenty repair qickly,this tv have an intermittent problems by the tv Tuner signal board,that why sometimes it work,sometimes it dosen't all.The tv Tuner signal board,that the board where the imcomming broadcasting signal cable plug into it.
Sounds like power supply switch needs to be changed to normal setting. If you are comfortable with electronics i will talk you through it if not you will need a tech or back to cosco it goes if you have a warranty.
We seem to have had the same problem. Green light keeps blinking but will not turn set on or off. I unplugged the set for a few minutes, plugged back in and works fine but will happen from time to time for no reason.