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Why does my Akai tv just automatically turn off?

I have an akai tv and it just turns off by itself while watching the tv.
Sometimes it'll stay on and sometimes it won't. What can I do? Or what might be the problem?

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Hello mytvg,

It sounds like you have an over-current problem, which might be caused by a problem in the IHVT (Integrated High Voltage Transformer). Have this checked by a qualified TV technician.

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