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When we try to turn on our tv. Then light is blinking on the front of it without a picture. It was working before. The light on in the livingroom flickers also when you try to turn it on. I just bought it off craigslist so I am hoping it is not anything too big.

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Am I understanding this right, the light in the living room, like ceiling light or a light hooked to an outlet flickers when you try to turn the TV on?

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Power supply may have failed

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SOURCE: Akai LCT2701TD Won't turn on. Red light in front blinks.

There is a high power supply failure rate on these LCDs. The power boards are not longer being manufactured or not easy to find.
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took out power supply and found 8 caps that where swollen on top and most had brown goo coming out of the + on top caps,Know i need to figure out how to buy replacements and learn how to take out and replace them. I have never done this before. thanks Lamakai

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