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Keeps switching itsself off

Changed all batteries in remotes and tv keeps switching off more and more. After an increasing amount of time will stay on ... is there a fix?

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Check the lamp first. Observe the light where the lamp door is on the back of the set. If the light is going out, its likely the lamp, especially if its 2 or more years old. If the lamp has been recently repalced, make sure the lamp door is properly aligned so the interlock switch is engaged.

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