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Stand by time is flashing tv will not start

Stand by time is flashing, tv will not start. Had this problem several months ago. Manual said might need repair, put it in the garage for seveal months, brough it back in and it worked it work fine for about 3 weeks untill we set the sleep time last night and it wouldn't start again in the morning. It keeps shuting it self off?
Dose the TV have a battery for memory?

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No the tv has no battery for memory.the memory is supplied by the 5 volt standby.the tv must be plugged in to maintain the 5 volts to keep its memory.

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