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TV Cycles Power ON and OFF.... Is my house haunted or Just have a broken TV.....

The TV turns on and after a while it cycles power on and off. I disconnected the switch board (white connector that has 7 wires)and it works fine. The tv will stay on until i unplug the power cord. I cut two of the three wires going to the remote input (the blue one and the white one on the opposite end) thinking that maybe that was the issue ,however it still cycles power. Im leaning to the swich board thinking the power switch has a short in it. Iam not a tv repair man however I can find my way around the schematic and use a multimeter. Any ideas you have would be greatly appriated. fa18hornettech@yahoo.com

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I'd say you're right on track. You'll probably have to replace the board. I doubt you can get replacement parts even if you know exactly what it is. I know it sucks but that's the way the industry is today. Good luck.

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