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TV WENT OFF BY ITSSELF

WE WERE WATCHING TV LAST NIGHT AND THE TV SHUT OFF BY ITSELF. IT WOULDNT TURN ON BY THE POWER BUTTON OR THE REMOTE I UNPLUGGED IT AND TURNED IT ON AFTER BUT THE GREEN LIGHT ON THE TV JUST KEEPS FLASHING NO PICTURE OR SOUND. IVE ONLY HAD THIS TV FOR A YEAR WHAT COULD IT BE? UNPLLUG AND REPOWER UP NOTHING HAPPEN

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    sharp 27n s50 built (2000) tv comes on, stays on a short period then shuts down ,won't come on with remote or power button,but if you unplug then replug may stay on for an hour or longer, or not at all.

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This TV has reached the end of its (short) life. Needs to be replaced.

You can try looking at what kind of TV it is, what model, and look at the manufacturer's web site, check for the manual, look up what it means when the green light flashes. Might be a code that means something but I think the TV is dead.

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