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Powering on and off

My tv powers on and off. When you unlpug it and plug it back up it powers on. and it will power on and off sometimes five or six times in a row and then it might stay on for a minute and then go off. sometime it might even stay on for ten or minutes before powering off. I just need a little help

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  • Ron Hammon Aug 02, 2007

    all cables are fine plug is good. It has to be internal. Sometimes the power button will not even work.

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I must say this is a wierd problem here. First of all, make sure that the T.V. has enough space, and the cables arent layed on each other, give each cable its space. Now, try to check the main T.V. cable, is it strongly plugged in? because it should be, might be that your cable is weak and gets loose sometimes, so try to plug it in in a strong way. Keep me informed.

Posted on Aug 01, 2007

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    Morad Muslemany Aug 02, 2007

    Why didnt you just say so?
    You should go back to the store and complain! it'll cost you alot to repair this, so you'd better get a new one.
    Hope you have your warranty.

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