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T.V. turns off unexpectedly

I have had this T.V. for about two years now and have had it shut off on its own for about 4 months now. I thought that the lamp maybe overheating but it is so random (shuts off after 5 min. or 5 hours) that it couldn't be it. Also, it may take up to 10 times of turning it back on before it will stay on. When it finally does, it might go a day or two before turning its self off again. Please have an answer for me.

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  • kristif Jan 03, 2008

    my samsung dlp 56" does not turn on the picture just the audio. it just keeps going to try to turn on and does not. i unplug it for a day then finally it started up. it has done this now in the last 4 months maybe 6 times. this time is has not turned back on even unplugging it.

  • sachinp Jan 17, 2008

    This happens more frequently to me when I am using HD content. When I turn on my PS3, instead of displaying the picture, some white and different colored boxes appear.

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There may be some problem in the power device section on the main board.......the power ic`s will not be functioning well due to heating

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