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This may be caused by a protective circuit that is reacting to a momentary failure on the oput put side of the main power supply or a failure in the supply itself.
Depending on the nature of the problem, I would still suggest having it repaired since the flat panel sets, regardless of type, are not lasting as long in service as your Magnavox.
If you decide to replace it with a new set, I wouldn't discard the one you have as long as you have a converter on hand for digital reception. You may be disappointed with a new set quite soon after purchase and want to have the Magnavox repaired after all.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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