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TV was working fine this morning, then all of a sudden it switched itself to standby and will not switch on with the remote and if i switch is off at the button and then back on again, the red standby light comes on but it wont "fire up" inside the set - Is it worth repairing as its about 4 years old

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  • tanny Nov 10, 2007

    Hi. I have a SHARP 29" TV (model : SX-68E9) and it has similar problem. Recently it switches off to STAND-BY every about 25mins of usage. It is very consistent at about 20-25mins of usage only and it went into STANY-BY mode. I tried using reote to switch on or turn the Push Button off and on but still on Standby mode. After waiting for say 10 -15mins or so I could turn on again. The cycle repeats itself. This TV is not so old but about 8 yrs. I did check all function and timer nothing was being set and no timer or lock was activated. Everything was normal. Anyone has advise if this is a serious proble of just something minor. Thanks.

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Why shouldn't it be worth fixing? It's only 4 years old, my own TV is 15yo, I fixed it twice but it's still kick'n! You have a problem in the power supply, do you have electronic's know how? And test equipment? Soldering equipment? If so we could walk you through it, If not A repair man should only cost 80 to 100 to fix it.

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