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Sometimes my Panansonic Television won't turn off when I press the power button. For the past 2 days I have had to unplug it to make it go off. Also, for the most part the volume works fine, but every now and then the volume goes out and it won't come back on for days. Even if I try and turn it up, it does nothing. Can someone help?

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