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I have a 70 inch aqua Sharp Tv. The standby light blinks 2 times slow, 5 times fast. I reset the TV. Nothing changed. Please help. Model number is LC-70LE857U.

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Sorry I don't work on Sharp sets so I don't know what the flash code means, do some searching online for what the issue is

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