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Phillips tv 42 projection tv 43p8341 started shutting down in about an hour ,tuner a and mono/stereo display start to roll like a slot machine. will not go to tuner b.now will only stay on for 5 minutes maybe thanks

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  • mikeforty Mar 26, 2008

    tv shuts off after an hour and the picture start rolling like a slot machine

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Are you connected using R,G,B (component) cables? Check them to make sure they are in firmly - if so, then try a new set - that may very well fix the rolling issue. (Unless the rolling is caused by poor antenna reception).

Press "Sleep" on the original remote control for this TV if you still have it until the TV says "Sleep OFF".

If no strong TV signal is detected, this unit goes into sleep mode, which may explain Tuner B shutting off after 5 minutes.

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