Well it keeps shutting itself off. Simple as that. My sleep timer is not on. Nothing is set on it, it simply just shuts off on its own. It will be on for random periods of time, some long some short but sooner or later click!. VERY frustrating can anyone tell me what is going on and how it can be fixed!?
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Hi voltage on power supply voltage, and or flayback problem. only a tech can find the problem for you, 60 to 80.00 depending on the tech if is just the power supply . with flayback 130.00
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Unplug the TV from the wall, leave unplugged for a day or two, the TV may reset itself. You will lose all the programmed channels and may be other stored settings. The best is to get a universal remote for $10 or less.
Check in the Menu for a sleep timer or some type of timer that is shutting it off automatically. It should be in the TV's menu under the power settings or something similar.
If that's not it, or that doesn't work for you, leave the Television unplugged for a while (long enough for all of the settings to reset) and then plug it back in and see if the problem persists. If so, you may have to get the TV serviced.
just checked a similar sets owners manual...the sleep timer on this model is located in the menu---setup,,this menu prompt has language,SLEEP,menu trans,menu timeout ,and default setting....if you don't see the SLEEP mode in setup--you probably don't have it!...hope that helps
timer settings vary depending on the tv. I would recomend getting the brand and model number than going to the brands website, if you are unsure of the websie type the brand name into a search engine should provide a website address for that company, after that check their support page. lots of companies have forums you can post questions on, most also have downloadable user manuals. if all else fails send an e-mail directly to the support team. just be sure to be specific about the tv and the problem.
If you were watching the set and it went off bt itself is not likely is in any sleep mode,you have already tried unplugin the unit that did not work,The set needs service to diagnose what happened,I am sure is nothing you could have prevented,it just failed by itself.Is lees expensive if take the set to a servicer for an estimate.