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JVC LCD TV Shuts itself off after few seconds

I have just purchased a JVC LCD 32 inch tv model LT32DF7BK. The probem which I found is that it shuts itself off after being on for few seconds. I changed my power extension board and also tried to change the power cable of this tv but still its showing the same results. I need help in getting to the solution which I am sure you will be able to help out.

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  • dannos22 Nov 13, 2007

    The tv powers on ok - then randomly powers itself off.

    Otherwise the set works great.



    Someone suggested the power supply board ($115 at parts supply online)- but wanted to run it by someone for their thoughts/ideas/reccommendations...



    Thanks much in advance

    Dan

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