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I have a 10-year old JVC 32" television. It shuts off frequently, and I have to unplug it for at least a few minutes and then plug it back in for it to turn back on. It used to do this once every few weeks, but now it happens several times a day when it is being used.

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  • fearthemunky Oct 01, 2008

    That is a 32 inch screen.

  • fearthemunky Oct 01, 2008

    AV-32950

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Please re-enter your model number. It should read AV-32....

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