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I plug the tv in and push the power button and the light flashes orange and green a few times and the stays green and there is no picture or sound. when i push the power button and try to turn it off the light flashes orange and green then goes to steady orange

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Your TV is going into fault protection mode. The Uf capacitors on the PSB-Power supply boards are blown. Recap the Uf caps on the PSB.

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