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RCA 32V524T my tv shut off in the middle of a dvd. i tried to reboot the thing and when i did the tv seems to be making a sound normal when turning on the set. the next sound i heard was a very short beep. i then looked at the power button and it flashes instead of just going solid. any help would be greatly appretiated. thanks, brick

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Probable EEPROM issue--What is the service #? (Has three additional characters after model #. EXPERIMENT==1)remove EEPROM-be careful not to damage it. 2)Install 8 pin plug-in socket--observe pin 1 indicator. 3)Plug back in original IC==may work ok,if not replace w/pre-programmed IC from HB Electronics.

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