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RCA True Flat

I went home yesterday and removed my plug from the power bar that is was plugged into and the picture came back on and stayed on for a while, but again it shut itself off... but when it came back on it went to channel 64 and the volume was all the way up to the max. I too have not had this tv for very long ...about 2 years roughly. I used to work for Thomsons/RCA and to be honest I will never buy another one. The price was up there and I even bought the matching DVD player....I am not impressed....

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