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Samsung DLP. two years old. Been putting itself on standby (no signal displayed on screen) about twice a day for a week but now is turning itself off every 4 seconds and will not stay on. Can you advise?

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The problem is in your powersupply. So you must change it.by skilled technician.because in that powe supply current stored at up to 440 volts.

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