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TV shuts off after 30 min., won't restart for a while

The TV starts up and hold s a perfect picture for about half an hour, but then will cut out and refuses to start again right away.

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  • hkrink Jun 07, 2008

    This would happen to me last summer when the weather was realy hot. I pointed a fan towards the rear of the set and it was ok till this summer. But now even the fan does'nt do the trick.

  • MECohen Aug 25, 2008

    My TV works for 60-90 minutes than shuts off. It will turn on again after a couple of minutes but the run time gets shorter each interval. The TV is freestanding and the house is comfortably cool. Anyone have any ideas?

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It is due to loose coract in power supply& if it is ok than it is due to horizontal section.

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