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I have been reading this post & I have a 70 inch that did the same thing several months back. I have unpluged for hours & that didnt work. I have reset tv several time & that didnt work. just flikker ROKU then back to blank screen. I cant do anything with it. can someone help me please ?
ME PROBLEM HERE. I have been reading A bunch of these post & I have a 70 inch that did the same thing several months back. I have unpluged for hours & that didnt work. I have reset tv several time & that didnt work. just flikker ROKU then back to blank screen. I cant do anything with it. can someone help me please ?
This won’t fix my TCL Roku (43S435-CA TCL model and G109X Roku model ). Tv turns on for a fraction of a second and the red Roku screen is shown very briefly then goes black. 30 second plus reset button press gives the same result and white led flashes for a few times. Occasionally I get a blue recovery mode screen with white writing (again only for a fraction of a second before black again)
I did all that you said with the reset button. It started to turn purple while I held the pin in, but as soon as I pulled it out it went black again. Remote is no help at all. My tv is only 3 years old and have never had any issues with it untill now ;(
Thanks for posting and letting us know about this behavior you've encountered with TCL Roku TV.
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