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Problem with TOSHIBA LCD 26AV500A

I just purchased toshiba lcd 26av500a less than a week,but something wrong happened twice so far.the sceen became black and no button except power one could work when i changed channel.what i could do was to turn off the tv and turn on again.i don't why it is.who can give me some advice,thanks.

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    I have same issue, happened few times in past 8 months.

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Only advice I have is use the Warranty. Take it back to the store.
Sorry I can't help more.
Good luck

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