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The problem based on the model number is in or around the red picture tube---the bright red screen causes the set to draw too much current and the shutdown circuit detects this and turns set off--self protection.
Each picture tube (3) has a IC chip on the board connected to it--shorted chip or bad picture tube.
You need to buy a remote for that TV. They're available online for around $39. This site has them in stock, but you can shop around to be sure its a good price. When you receive it, turn on your TV and press menu on the remote and turn off child lock. Click the Remote here:
TV shutting off automatically means its a problem with the Lamp. Contact Pioneer or any local tech shop or Best buy and get the same replaced. Turning off after specific time : Go to the timer option and disable the Automatically Switch off option. This will resolve the issue. Please let me know if it worked. If you need the user manual or instruction manula please click on the link below http://www.generalmanual.com/Televisions/Sanyo-DP19647-Wide-Screen-Integrated-Digital-LCD-HDTV.htm. Hope this will be of help to you.
Somehow in handling the remote control I pushed a button or combination of buttons and now have a blue screen with a lock symbol in red in the top left hand corner. I've tried turning the tv off, and unplugging it, as well as a combination of buttons on the remote, but it still is there. What do I need to do to remove the lock?
This may be your problem, this model is known for this concern. But let me ask you; is there more fluid on the board? If so put some type of "sheild" over mentioned area. Some shops use a thick cardboard or others use a heavy plastic, install over entire area.