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TV Power Tv keeps turning itself off.

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  • Suzanne22 Dec 08, 2007

    i have same problem. TV turns off every 2 mins some days - all day, other days can stay on for few hous at a time, doesn't make sence

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It is general problem in philips tv. it is due to low voltgs section of power supply might be defective

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