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Dear sir, I have a LCD TV the model is LC-32A37M sharp. The problem is when the power is switch on by pressing soft power on button, the TV on normally its around 3-5 seconds and it goes to standby mode with red LED and same thing repeats. But after few on and off cycles it works as normal until the switch is power off. Please help me to solve this problem samantha

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You have filters going out in your power supply they havent gone all the way thats why you can get it on after several attemps you can repair this yourself with a iron soider and new filters are you willing to go that far or call a shop

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