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I have a Hisense tv that will power on to the wake screen ( where it says Hisense) and just keep blinking that screen on and off, what part do I need to fix this

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Your EEPROM has corrupt data, easy way to fix is replace the main board unless your good at soldering SMD devices, the IC can be bought and soldered in for about $10 but it's not something most can do

Posted on Jan 13, 2022

Testimonial: "Is there any way you would be able to send me a link to exactly what I need to buy to replace it."

  • Larry Jan 14, 2022

    Not without the model number, every model uses a different ic and board

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