Question about Televison & Video
Some TV's have a timer for auto shut off, this menu item may have been set. Check that first! Next, some TV's are negatively effected by slight imperfections in the power from the wall to the TV. I can't tell from your video but if you have too many things plugged into the same circuit, try disconnecting everything else and see if that reduces the incidents. Next, some TV's don't like surge protectors... If your TV flickers a bit before it turns off try disconnecting all other items from the same outlet, remove the surge protector and plug the TV straight into the wall, nothing else... See if that helps. If the last two items seem to help, try investing in a better surge protector.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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