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Shut off tv keeps shuting off

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  • bunny29473 Apr 17, 2008

    my rca sdtv started shutting off about a month ago and as for help through rca your kidding right ok here the thing you turn the tv on and it shuts right back off you can go on like this for hours then it will finally stay on cool down dont help at all sometimes just turning it up or down or changing channels causes it to cut off other times it just shuts off . Please help

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Does it shut off immediately after turning on? How long after it has been on does it shut off? Can it be turned back on immediately or is there a "cooling" period where you have to wait before it can be powered.

Is this a TV under warranty or is it out of warranty? If in warranty, simply contact RCA and they should help you out.

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