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Actually Philips 20PF5320/01 Fault no power, blinking LED

Hi, TV has been working fine it does'nt get a lot of use as its in the bedroom. Sits in standby when not in use. It just wouldn't switch on the other day, so i have unplugged from mains for 30 seconds. checked and changed mains cable, tried different plug sockets, but still no picture and no sound. At first no LED light present on TV, but now i have Green light that gives 1 slow blink followed by 4 fast blinks and then repeats this cycle. It does not respond to the remote (new Battery) and neither to pressing buttons directly on the TV. Please can you help, i have found no help anywhere so far referring to this problem. Thank you Wendy

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If the TV has sound and no picture, it might be the timer settings. There is a fix for Philips 20PF5320 here

http://www.123datarecovery.co.uk/fix_philips_pf5320.htm


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Ok you have defective power supply! from the secondary power supply! or hot side.

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