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When i turn on the tv, it is on for abot 15 seconds then it turns off.

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Dogey--I checked the timer--it is was off but the tv is working for the moment. I'll let you know if it contunues, but so far you are earning your rank--thanks!

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Check the sleep timer make sure it is off or set to 00.00 could be set for turning tv off in 15 min

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