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Pick up an adapter cable (like this one from Radio Shack) with a stereo 1/8-inch plug at one end and RCA plugs at the other. Use this to take the iPod's output to one of the TV's A/V inputs. You'll have audio only, of course, but you'll be able to play the iPod through the TV by selecting that input. The iPod volume control will change the level to the TV, so you may need to adjust both that and the TV volume to get your best sound.
Any malfunction associated with an automatic shut down usually indicates a
circuit problem or defective component. Unfortunately, the days of taking off the back
cover of your TV and replacing a defective tube or fuse are long gone.
Proper servicing will require troubleshooting procedures that can only
be performed by a qualified electronic repair facility or professional
television repair person. Ask for an estimate and a realistic appraisal
of whether the set can be adequately fixed. Depending on the age and
condition of your TV it may not be cost effective to repair.