For the past 6 weeks, my wd62627 has been unplugged, wrapped in plastic, and located in my dining room (I had to tear out and replace the living room's drywall after discovering a thriving mold colony behind it).
Today, I finally got enough of the room "done" to be able to watch TV for the first time in weeks, but when I moved the TV back and plugged it in, all that happened was the power/timer light blinked green for about 2 minutes, then the TV "played dead". It ignores the power button on the front, as well as all 3 remote controls (OEM, DirecTV, and a universal). If I press the "reset" button on the front using a pencil tip, I hear what sounds like a relay click, the light blinks again for another minute or two... then it plays dead again. I've spent the past hour trying various permutations of unplugging and plugging it back in, pressing reset one or more times between unplugging, and letting it sit after it finished blinking -- all to no avail.
If it matters, I have nothing connected to any of its inputs right now. Before moving it, I had the DirecTV and HD-DVD players connected via HDMI, and a Gamecube connected via component. I had some major customizations done via NetCommand, too.
I remember that when I first bought the TV, I went through hell for a half hour before it finally powered up for no apparent reason in response to semi-randomly mashing buttons and physically cycling the power in frustration, then worked fine thereafter... but I can't figure out how to replicate whatever it was that I did back then to make it happen.
No other lights blink or illuminate. Pressing the "power" button doesn't have any visible or audible effect (no relay-click like I get by pressing "reset").
Any ideas? Maybe some way of doing a "harder" reset, like holding in the reset button while plugging it in, or something of that nature?