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    Blinking red light and fireware upgrade

    Hello everyone, when i start my 32PFL5403H tv, after 30 minutes it shut down and the red light is blinking. According to the manual, it means that the TV is to hot...

    I tried to upgrade the firmware, hoping that the problem was not hardware. I unziped the firemware upgrade file on the root of my usb key and plugged it on my TV but the file is not detected. I tried to start the TV with the remote ok button pressed but in the software upgrade screen, no upgrade is detected.

    Does this update file is corrupt ? Can i found an other firmware somewhere ?
    Thanks for your answer.

    Alex

    My current software info is :
    Q522E_0.64.79.0
    Release fo TV520 R1
    Q522E-0.64.79.0
    Generation date :
    12/22/2009 11:01:10 AM

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    Hi,

    use a small usb stick, format it with FAT, extract the autorun.upg in the root (don't have other files on the stick). Switch on TV, plug in USB stick, upgrade...

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    Hey, I tried with 2 different keys, both formated in FAT32. I try again in Fat. Ty!

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