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TV GOES ON AND OFF ON ITS OWN

WENT TO TURN ON TV FROM UNIT, AND CAUSED A STATIC SHOCK. nOW THE TV SWITCHES ON AND OFF ON ITS OWN WITHOUT ANY INTERACTION.

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Umm.. this is in the wrong section...

anyways... unplug the tv.. and give it to a repair man to take care of

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