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ENERGY SAver is stuck on

I HAVE A PROVIEW MODEL #700P PRODUCT #PL716s all of a sudden it put itself in energy saver mode and we cant take it out.The manual says nothing except that it will flash when it is in that mode.When we turn it on it takes at least 30 minutes to come up.HELP!!!!!!!!!!

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I know it's an older post, but you still may be waiting an answer:
What is probably happening is Your power board is failing to maintain power enough to run the bulbs and the rest.
That is why it takes long to start up and why it goes into sleep mode.
Does the power button stay lit (getting signal) or turn to amber (sleep mode) or does it flash.

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