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Samsung dlp HL56A65 turns off and on by itself

Hi I have bought a new dlp tv just over 30 days old, looked beautiful but then started turning off and then turning back on byitself. its weird sometimes it will stay on for over 2 hours and then just this morning, I just turned it on and not 5 minutes and it starts turning itself off and on again, consistently. I have unplugged the tv and sometimes when i plug it back in, it turns itself on right away without having to push power button, I have tried using a twisty tie to make sure the switch is all the way down, but am still having the problem, anyone else having this off and on phenomenon? please help

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  • adamkb_19 Mar 05, 2009

    definitely, have already called and there are no authorized service dealers in my area, san antoniotx. they are looking for one but if not found, i have to speak to customer resolution, i think i should ask for a different model seeing how it pooped out after 30 days.

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If it is that new you need to take it back or call the company it is under warntey.

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It looks power board problem.
You need to get service from Samsung.

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    The safety switch exists so the user does not accidentally remove the lamp door while the TV is on. Doing so could, theoretically, result in burn or electrocution. This spring loaded switch causes the TV to shut down when the door is opened.
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