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My tuner has started turning itself on multiple times during the night. I will turn it off and a few minutes later it will turn on again. This happens a intermitantly. I made sure that the Sleep function is off. Just started a few months ago. Any ideas?

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Check and see if the power button is not binding tightly on the body of the set.if everything is okay call a tech you are having a short in the power supply good luck.

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