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TV shuts off after i press input button

When i turn on my tv there is no picture at all and there is like a barcode streak in the bottom of the screen and after a while it shuts off on its own. Also when i press the input button it shuts the tv off automatically. Any suggestions?

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Thank You. Do u know how I can solve this problem on my own?

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    ---------------------------------------------------------------

    Bob Waterman, CET® #RI-28
    Master Technician License #9109
    Service Manager / Parts Manager
    Gemini Computer, TV, & Security Alarms
    (508)695-7302
    (508)695-7769 FAX
    geminitv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    geminitv@xxxxxxx
    www.geminicomputertvsecurityalarms.com

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