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My magnavox model mwc20t6 keeps turning off after 10 to 20 secs

Have no remote sp 00:00 appears at bottom of screen dont no how to get to menu without remote
vcr dvd and tv all works just wont stay on long enough before it cuts back off

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Tv was working fine however when we moved it to another room it will not power on at all even using different plug ins

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