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This TV i have to press the power button for a several times like for 5 minutes then it comes on please help me to solve my problem thanks

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On the consoles the power switches tend to wear out, you can either bring it to a repair person to replace the module or get a remote. At this point in time it is usually worth your while to find a way to get around the problem until you are ready to upgrade your television to digital. Repair $50-$100 and not worth it.

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