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Must press power button several times to power on,butwhen turned off again must press button several times to turn on again.

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Not helpful. TVs are no more complicated than PCs. There should be simple self help remedies provided, rather than pay $200 for an alcohol wipe, or some such!

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Could be a loose power button or problem with relay/circuitry. Recommend you get a professional to take a look.
Also try a hard reset:
Unplug from mains, remove all cabling from TV. Wait 10 mins. After 10-15mins, hold down the power button and replug TV to mains. Now redo all cabling and try powering on the TV.

Should it still not work, you'll have to call in a pro..

Posted on May 12, 2008

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