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LG 50 IN. PLASMA TV MODEL # 50PC1DR . POWER PLUGGED IN SHOWING RED LED. WHEN TURN ON SCREEN WILL FLASH & RED LED GOES GREEN OR BLUE FOR A SPLIT SECOND AND AT THE SAME TIME THE SCREEN WILL FLASH AND THE LED GOES RED AGAIN. CAN'T GET TV TO TURN ON.

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Power supply board is dead,replaced the power supply board will get power.

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