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Panasonic Quintrix TV keeps turning itself off

If it has been left for a few hours it will stay on for about ten minutes before turning itself off, after that it turns itself off the instant after I turn it back on.
Driving me nuts....

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  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    Same issue as OP, seems rather random, TV will stay on for an indeterminate length of time then shut off to standby! Turning back on results in the TV turning back off within a few seconds.

    A temporary fix appears to be to turn the TV back on from standby, immediately turn it off fully via the on-of switch and then turn back on, this takes the TV out of standby and seems to reset the cycle with the TV turning itself off after a random amount of time.

    Pain in the arse all round really.


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Hi.
Yes it could be a cooling problem, If your tv has any filters remove & clean them ensure fan can turn freely & that nothing can or is snagging it.
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check your sleep timer settings thats the most comman prob

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Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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sounds like your power supply is going south...check the voltage coming out of the wall first

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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First thing I would suggest is to check and make sure that the cooling fan is working properly. The lamp may also have an intermittent failure as well.
Do a visual inspection of your lamp. In your case check for a fogged condition. If the failure is intermittent, the lamp will look fine to the visual check.
The newer TVs have blink codes that can be use to determine if the lamp is defective. Check for the LEDs on the front panel blinking and count how many and the time intervals they blink.
If you need any further assistance, let me know.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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This is because of a power supply unit going out inside and there is not much you can do accept for have it repaired or think about new at this point also with the new digital tv standars comming out you are going to need a box for this if you doing OTA anyways so at this point if you are not inclided to haing it repaired have it recycled.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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