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Blink codes for a 58 Hisense TV

I need the power LED blink codes for a Hisense TV, model 58R6E1 made in 2019. I am having a issue where the TV will not power up but the power LED blinks twice, goes steady, and then repeats the pattern. I have confirmed the power supply board is functioning currently.

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The back light and the LED and the screen went bad and should be replaced.

Posted on Jul 23, 2021

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The double blink code is backlight control shut down in the power board, you have bad LED backlight strips, very common issue, take the model and go to shopjimmy.com and order replacements but use extreme caution when handling the screen as it's very fragile...Good luck

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