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Sorry the tv is to old for us to help with the av change. I would recommend a RF modulator to hook your DVD to the Tv. If you use one of the modulators you will not need to change the input of the tv to the AV. You just turn on the DVD player and it will override the Tv signal coming from the antenna or cable. On the link below is what it looks like.
I would believe that you don't have the sleep timer set to a 5 minute period?
If it's a few years old then the problem could possibly be in the power supply. When a component finally heat's up, then the supply goes into protect mode and turns the set off. There are good servicer's out there that should be able to fix this. LG is really Zenith 'US' and Goldstar 'Korean'. They combined forces a couple of years ago. Zenith was well known for cracked soldering joints. This also could be the issue. Blessings, A/V Media Guy.
an external or outside antenna will improve the amount of stations picked up and maybe a amplified antenna will help
but the boxes they sell seem to do better in reception even with only a rabbit ear antenna.
I use a box on my 32in LCD because the internal tuner just does not get all the channels without having to get up and move the antenna and the outside antenna , well I'm not going to go out there to move it all the time , and the amplified antenna I still have to keep getting up to move the antenna
so in all the box( "zenith","digital stream"are good , have yet to test others) works the best in recieving the digital channels without much worry of the antenna