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Turns off on its own like it was in sleep mode

My TV works fine for about a minute or two then shuts down as if I had the sleep timer set. Pressing the power button does nothing after this happens. The power led will stay lit when the problem occurs. The TV will flash brightly just as it shuts down. I have two of the same televisions and only one of them does this. If I swap the sets the problem does not move with the TV. Could the cable feed coming into the problem room be too strong or too weak causing the set to shut down?

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  • cbarn Jan 03, 2008

    I just developed the same issue. This morning the timer button was flashing on the front of the set. If I unplug the set then plug it again the problem returns. I have comcast cable and my remote is set up through that remote, which does not even have a sleep timer option on the remote. I'm clueless.

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2008

    my mother had the same problem with her 18 month old TV, same model about 6 months ago-- sleep timer spontaneously kept coming on and TV would not run. The seller talked her into bringing it in for $100 repair (!) Now it seems to be doing the same thing again-- hope to go back with her to the shop to make sure they guarantee their work. Think she may have gotten a lemon-- is this a common problem with this model?

  • maquii May 11, 2008

    my tv turn off.when hey cannot recieve.. signal

  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2008

    TURNS OFF ON ITS OWN WHEN IT HAS BEEN ON FOR ABOUT 1/2 HR AND I HAVE TO KEEP PRESSING THE STANDBY BUTTON TILL IT STAYS ON

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I talked to some repair shops and found that the price for the average cost of fixing this problem was not worthwhile. I put the money into a 42" plasma HD set instead.

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Probable bad connect / bad caps in power supply.......
Fixable .....usually about $100.00 in the shop..............T.

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