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total dead usually means the fuse---unplug the set for safety and remove back cover---follow power cord just inside and you will find the fuse in a snap in holder--check to see if bad.............if good let me know and I will try to assist you.
Is your sleep timer activated? Check your menu settings. Or maybe some kid with a universal remote turning it off? Try covering the remote sensor with duct or electrical tape and see if the problem persists.
I have two RCA HD52W59 TV's. I have had one for 3 years and one 4 years. The one I have had for 4 years is giving me the problem. Last week the tv turned off while watching it. It wouldnt come right back on. 10 minutes later we tried and it worked fine. the other night the kids were watching and it turned off and smelled like something burning. I tried turning it right back on and got no power at all. I tried to turn it on two days later and it made a buzzing noise and the green light went out. Never did get a picture, no powering up on the screen. Any ideas? Don't want to spend alot of money. Really loved the TV hope it isnt junk now. Better yet I hope the same thing doesnt happen to the other one I have.
It's definitely some kind of cooling problem, or a cold solder joint that looses connection when things warm up. Can you turn it back on right away after it shuts itself off? You can purchase a freezing spray and use that to spray different areas on the circuit boards to find the problematic one, then you can get down to an individual component.