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    I have a Philips 47PFL8404, which will not now switch on, the red led is just flashing. It was working perfectly.The only thing I can put this down to is that we recently had a thunderstorm and could a lightning strike have caused this? The TV was not switched on during the storm. Any suggestions or is the TV toast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackary View Post
    I have a Philips 47PFL8404, which will not now switch on, the red led is just flashing. It was working perfectly.The only thing I can put this down to is that we recently had a thunderstorm and could a lightning strike have caused this? The TV was not switched on during the storm. Any suggestions or is the TV toast?
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    Alan

    Hi Alan.

    A flashing LED sequence usually indicates a hardware failure, but can also be something else. For this to be properly determined, the TV needs to be examined by a service technician.

    If you would like to make inquiries in regards to repair, please contact your local customer service team:

    http://www.support.philips.com/suppo..._selector.jsp?
    Select your country and preferred language, then Country.

    Best regards,
    Ina
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