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My 32 LCD Sharp TVs power light is blinking green. TV wont

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My 32" LCD Sharp TV's power light is blinking green. TV won't power on.
What should I do? Is there a reset button? or what do you recommend.


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I will need the model number first please found on the back?

Is it just the power LED blinking or is the opc LED blinking too?



Customer: replied 7 years ago.


The model no. is LC32SB23U. It is just the power LED blinking.

Hello again


Its my guess the firmware has collapsed

Their is little you can do Im afraid

The firmware will have to be re-loaded or upgraded on your board or the mainboard replaced firmware pre-installed


The above link is generic to all sharps made over the last 2 years and give pointers as to what area of the set the fault may be.It sin my experience 75% of the time its firmware issues


You need to ring Sharp




Im sorry it wasnt something easier

If you have questions please ask




Edited by Anthony Pr on 9/30/2009 at 1:00 AM EST
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Would the repair be very expensive?

Hello again


It can be especially if the board is replaced sometimes $400+ it would depend on the strategy of the repair company sharp agent

Another may redo the firmware on your board that would be cheaper (assuming the board can be saved)

A home visit has costs built in so you would be better off if you can taking it into an approved agent.Its only an approved agent that can do the work.



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