This just started happening in the last couple of weeks. You are watching a program and it shuts off for about 5 seconds and then comes back on. It will do this throughout a program staying on for different lengths of time. Eventually, TV shuts off and we are unable to turn it back on. After waiting about 3-5 minutes, we are able to turn it back on. Any guidance?
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Re: TV turns on and off constantly.
This is the heat detection circuit that detects to much heat in the set , cleaning the inside of the set of lint , dust , ect may stop it or it has just been dirty to long and that circuit will now have to be replaced
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