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Philips flat screen 42" flashing red light 7 times it stops for 5 seconds and 7 more flashes if i unplug and plug it a few time it will come on

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My 42 inch phillips, i turn it on green light comes on for 10 sec then red light comes on and flashes 4 times then stops for 5 sec then repeats.

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It is a known problem and is a blown capacitor on the powers supply board

read here for more info:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-tvs/400763-philips-plasma-repair-advice-thread-5.html

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