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The power supply could be failing.

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SOURCE: beko 32wlu530hid keeps freezing everytime

H?,
This problem unfortunately very common on these TV sets..
As far as I examine the case ,I believe a component on the circuit board is not properly working..
Either there is cold soldering on the board or a dead capacitor may cause this.
Sorry but Your TV needs service..I hope you still have warranty to cover this..

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SOURCE: tv won't stay on any one channel for any length of

I had a tv come in doing the same thing and a cap had been ripped from the circuit board I traced it back to the remote input from the front of the chassis. i havve no dea what value to but back so i have replaced it with several various fareds none work perfectly but some are better than others.

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I had a tv come in doing the same thing and a cap had been ripped from the circuit board I traced it back to the remote input from the front of the chassis. i havve no dea what value to but back so i have replaced it with several various fareds none work perfectly but some are better than others.

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H?,
This problem unfortunately very common on these TV sets..
As far as I examine the case ,I believe a component on the circuit board is not properly working..
Either there is cold soldering on the board or a dead capacitor may cause this.
Sorry but Your TV needs service..I hope you still have warranty to cover this..

Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me
4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :)
Thanks

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