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Tv comes on at 1 am by its self and then shuts off at 6 am? whyy and how I stop it.

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Your tv has a timer someone turned it on. read your manual and turn it off.

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1. go into the setting and make sure there is no timer set to come on at this hour. If you do not know how to do this and you need a manual please reply to me and request a manual for this TV.

2. if there is no settings on this hour for you tv to go on and off then there is something abnormal in its power supply that will beed to be fixed.

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