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Why does my 52 in zenith tv keep cutting off after about 15mins. It only does it about 65% of the time.

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What is the model number? If its a DLP it could be thermal due to the air filter. If its a CRT projection it could be a bad capacitor that loses tolerance as it warms up. Need the model number to actually be more accurate.

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