Question about Televison & Video
Before you go to the top of the problem pile and work your way down,
start at the bottom (with the simplest explanation in mind) and go up.
The battery suggestion was a simple but good one for starters.
Also, do you have cable? Call your cable provider and ask them to check your connections. It could be a cable issue. My t.v. once did the same thing yours is doing and it turned out to be something easily correctable - and it had nothing to do with the t.v. at all (it was the cable wiring that was the problem).
If you have a dish or some other physical device bringing channels into your t.v. check to make sure it is in good shape.
Now move up to the more involved suggestions like circuit boards, microprocessors, etc. For your sake, I hope it's one of the "easy" things.
I'd check the power supply or the fan. the tv will shut itself off if it gets too hot or doesn't register the fan as working, not to mention need full juice to run.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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