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TV shuts off with no warning and no apparent reason

My TV is 2 years old.. the first week I owned it , it would shut off after 40 minutes and if I turned it back on , it would shut off within 2 minutes..

It stopped this behavior and it has now suddenly reappeared.

I moved the TV to another room where it is not connected to any external speakers or receiver but connected to a HD box.. Now it stays on..

Could the receiver be overloading the TV causing it to shut off? It did not do this for 2 years and then suddenly started up again.. I did reboot it ( unplugged) several times and that did not help but moving it to another room and another HD box "fixed it"..

Any ideas?

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May be the receiver or the speakers are faulty. or may be short circuited causing the TV to shut down for safety ...

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It's wather problem u need to chek it with a repair also chek that yr home voltage and tv needed voltage is proper or not also chek this things.. it's help u

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, to my view, a case of loose connection. Moving jarred the connection back into correct position. Another possibility is cold solder and/or heat related issue simulating a loose connection.

Corrective measure would be to open, clean and check connections and re-solder. Even if the unit is fully operational now, the knowledge that it has a dormant fault should not be left unattended.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Open it up and clean it with a vacum cleaner, it might have accumulated dust and if your house is humid then it would be even worse you'll need to brush the boards and clean them well.


if your TV has a Fan inside make sure its working right. if it has a heat sink mounted on a chip make sure its contacting the chip. make sure you have enough ventalation behind the TV and on the sides.

if this happened too many times, you might have some of your chips deformed and damaged byond repair, that need replacement.

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Sometimes due to overloading or manytimes due to any of the component in your receiver getting overheated and so this problem occurs and the unit gets shut off.

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My first question would be what kind of surge protector do you have all of this hooked up to? It could have something to do with brown outs/ or fluctuation in power. Make sure you have a quality surge protector. I prefer monster power something with clean filter technology to keep the power consistent. If you need any further assistance please let me know. Also please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
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Yes this type of problem can occur.its much possible.this happens many a times.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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