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My TV keeps turning on and off

But no picture, please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have exactly same problem. Can any one help?

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  • Clump Jun 15, 2008

    My wife purchased a used tv from her employer, Sears. The tv had only been used with video tapes for employee presentations. We've hooked it up to our satellite dish but the tv will not accept the signal from the dish receiver. A combination VCR/DVD works ok. Any ideas what the problem may be?

    Thank you,

    Doug

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Your Tv have a dry solders around the horizontal side.

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