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LG 42PX5D 42 in. HDTV Plasma

Just brought a LG 42" hd Tv after 5-10 mins the sound will switch itself off, even after turning volume up or switching to another channel no sound. checked scart leads at back.
After turning tv off leaving for 10 mins switch back on again same problem arises.
Any ideas Please!!!

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Send it back ASAP and get a replacement! I'm serious. You wouldn't want to baby sit this lemon by missing work because you're waiting for a home service tech provided by the company. When the tech comes, he will not have the part required to fix the unit and you'll be waiting at least a week to get another service call. That's another day missing work. You are one lucky guy if the servicer can totally fix the unit to your satisfaction in two visits. Days missed at work could very well add up into buying a new TV. Do not take ownership of this problematic unit especially if you just bought it. Send it back!

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