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Set Randomly Turns off (Power LED Blinks) and Comes Back On ~1-2 minutes Later

My 32" Toshiba standard TV has worked great since I got it in 2000. It actually still works great besides this problem. There is no pattern, but occasionally it turns off and the red power led on the front blinks for 1-2 minutes and then it turns on again. The picture and sound remain unchanged before and after this event. There is no standard time limit between when this happens. Sometimes it doesn't happen at all, sometime it will happen twice in an evening. The signal from my cable box is still there as I have been recording when it occurs and there is no blackout on the recording. Everything still works perfectly with this TV (except for this), so I was curious if anyone had any idea about what kind of repair may be required, or if there is something that can be adkusted.

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If you have not gotten this fixed get it to a repair shop your problem is intermittent there might be lose solders or component in the power supply is failing and needs to be replaced.good luck blessing from belize

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