Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I've seen this before and found that by plugging the power cord into a different circuit in the house worked. Or you could unplug everything else and then try to turn on the tv. If it comes on plug one thing in at a time until the tv shuts off and then you'll know how many things you can plug in at once. If this isn't the prob then it may be a something in your tv that is pulling 2 much current and shutting it off.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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