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What is happening is that there is an error happening within the TV that the TV knows is wrong when it conducts a self check. so it is shutting itself off to prevent damage. contact its manufacturer. or if you think you may be able to repair it yourself, here is a service manual link. www.audiolabga.com/pdf/FLM3232.pdf
The most common problem is the Power/Backlight Inverter Board. There are 6 mini transformers on the board, one goes bad and the TV will turn itself OFF automatically for " Protection Mode". Replace the whole board or replace the bad mini transformer.
Whole board, BA71F0F01042
Mini Transformer, LTZ2PC0MS008
Mine is doing the same thing. I talked with a local repair guy over the phone and he says that (obviously) something is malfunctioning in the TV and a sensor shuts it off to minimize the damage to other components. This would be ok if the TV were 20 years old (they used to last that long); however, mine is only 1 1/2 years old and Emerson couldn't give a damn that the TV is a piece of ****. Silly Mimi