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Elite Pro 610HD Turns off

TV turns off by itself after certain amount of time. In warmer ambient it goes off sooner. Turning off audio helps and extends the time. Looks like temperature sensitive. Anybody knows what is the problem/where to start?

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  • LDMil1 Oct 07, 2008

    T.V. automatically turns off as soon I turn it on thought it may be a power issue however after the t.v. cord was replaced problem still exist.

  • daveleland May 21, 2009

    My set has the turn off issue. From what I have read it is probably due to a cold solder joint on the power supply board. I haven't had time to fix it as yet. It should be a relatively simple job. In my case, I am able to turn off the master switch, wait 10-20 seconds, turn it back on, and everything works properly for a time. Once in a while, that doesn't work. In which case I unplug the set and wait 10-20 seconds for the automatic circuit breaker inside to reset. If you have expertise in electronics, you will already know how to fix it from what I have said. If you don't, I would call for service. Simple job it is, there are live parts which can do harm- even after days of being unplugged. Be Careful. I have personally seen a technician fly across a 20ft wide room from a high voltage shock.

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You may need the power supply board resoldered as I had the same problem. The guy listed below can do it for you as I shipped mine from Illinois to him in California... Piece of cake getting the board out of the back and it's not too fraigile... Just pack in bubble wrap and it will be fine. My TV is now working great.

BUT DON'T DELAY AS SOONER LATER TV WILL NOT RESTART..


http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=402397&pp=30&page=38

Good luck.



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Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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Ours did this.   Service guy said the connections on the pc boards were loose.  He claims to have reworked them (re-soldered)

No problem after he returned the boards.

The reason sounds weak to me but what ever he did he fixed it.

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