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42" lg plasma tv

Our tv turns itself on and off continously until we unplug it from the the power source. we tried to connect direct to wall then to power strip/surge protector and it still happens. some days we can watch it all day and other days its on for about 15 to 20 minutes and it starts acting up. HELP!!!

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The first thing is to take out the batteries from the remote when the problem acts up. If this fixes it, replace the remote. If not, go to the front of the tv and find all the buttons that are on the tv. Start by pushing all of the buttons one at a time. They should all feel the same and sound the same when you push them. If one of them does not, then the buttons are the problem. If they are good, take to a repair shop. The main control board is bad.

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