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Olevia tv screen turns itself off after several minutes.

My olevia tv turns itself off after about 15-20 minutes. Usually happens at the most interesting part of whatever program I'm watching.... as if it knows... Anyway, it's very annoying. The only thing I can do is turn the tv off and wait a couple of seconds, then turn it on again.
Does anyone have the same problem with their Olevia tv and can anyone come up with a solution? thanks!

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Its happing to me to time to buy a new one.

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Ive got the same problem with my tv its very frustrating. Im glad Ive done some research to find out the problem. It seems everyone is saying Olevia has problems with the Inverter boxes on their tvs

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I have been having the same problem with my 37" Olevia and have sent it to service twice. The warranty people for Target have told me there's nothing wrong with the TV and have blamed it on the Satellite Service. I changed satellite providers twice before sending it for service and had the same problem. So I changed to cable and I still had the problem. So I sent it yet again. This time they told me that again there was no problem with the TV and that the satellite service is to blame. So we called the Olevia Service and they told us is the Inverter Box and we need to send it in but to get it fixed they will charge us about half of what the TV costs... I say Hell no!

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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