Question about Televison & Video
First of all make sure it's the tv's fault, not something else: check if it behaves the same whatever the source - cable or composite/s-video/DVI.
There can be a lot of thing causing that. The most obvious - the capacitors on the power source are failing - this should be checked by a professional , high voltage inside. The other main possibility is that there is something wrong with the controls - check that in the menu there isn't activated a shutdown option or a power saving one.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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