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HELP FOR A 42PP92 PHILIPS PROJECTION

THE TV TURNS ON THEN SHUTS OFF A FEW SECONDS LATER. THEN THE POWER BUTTON FLASHES 9 TIMES THEN REPEATS.

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Sounds like a piece of crap. I would take it back and demand a refund. If the manager of the store won't help you I would start breaking things until I got what I wanted. If they still won't help you I would call Jessie Jackson (If your black), or seven on your side on ABC.

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