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Philips 26PF4310 Keeps switching off when I power it up

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My LCD tv keeps switching it self off once I switch it on. I have tried changing the fuse and the power cable but at best the tv comes on for 10 seconds and then switches itself off.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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It sounds as though your power supply went out

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