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Zenith P60W26P beeps and won't turn on until next day.

This plasma screen will not show any video if it starts beeping. The unit will turn on after several hours (8+), but it won't turn on again once you turn it off. So, basically, I only get to turn it on once per day.

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I am having the same problem, beeping and will not come on until the next day....did you find a solution?

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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