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Power come on and off after some time

Tv power went off itself, then I unplug the power cable and left for a minute plug again and on the TV the came back on as nomal the off again itself after 2 minutes I did the same thing again and again there is no change pl help me to solve the above problem thank you

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Is the power light blinking? It should blink a number of times pause a second then resume blinking. Count the blinks then let me know also let me know the exact model number of your set.

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