I always turn off my TV during the night by pressing power button off. When I turn on the TV in the morning, stand by light is changing from red to green 5-6 times with clicking sound coming from speakers, after which TV turns on. That was happening only from time to time before, but now is happening every single time, and number of repetitions increase.
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there must have been a power interruption during fill or while there was a flow (Water will not flow when power returns)
1. Turn of all hot water fixtures. Next press the ON/OFF button on the temperature controller twice. Will reset the fault.
Hope this does it. Let me know please.
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The red "stand by" light shows power is getting to the TV. If it is off, you may have no house power being connected. If you can get the red light to come on but your TV still does not turn on the power supply may have failed
some tv's always have standby light on, even iff you turn off by tv button. solution 1: with light on, press a number on remote. solution 2: with light on press stand-by button on remote. solution 3: with light on push the 'on' button on the tv set. solution 4: unplug tv set, wait a few seconds then plug back in, if no light then turn on tv using button on the set, and then channel number.
The status light flashes to signal that the power source is in protected mode. This mode has been activated by the protection system of the power source this morning, when you tried for the first time to start it. It has been activated because during the night a part inside the tv has failed and has started to act as a short.
The only way to fix that is to open the tv, test the power source, identify the power rail that is down and has triggered the protection system, follow the rail and test all components that are powered by it till you find the failed one then replace it or the whole board on which is situated. To do this requires electronics experience, if you don't have it then call someone who has it. Or take the tv to a repair shop.