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If the actual plastic button is damaged etc either the keyboard may be available or molded into the plastic cabinet----beneath the plastic buttons is micro switch or in the case of the on/off maybe a larger switch----you would have to go to Philips in any case so a remote may be a better option.
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.