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My tv turn off by it self after i turn it on

I tried unpluging it . i changed outlets

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THEN IT IS TIME TO CALL AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER TO COME OUT TO YOUR HOME AND GIVE YOU A WRITTEN ESTIMATE.

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