Question about Televison & Video
Some parts in the TV maybe over heated due to moisture; the demand for current shuts down the TV to prevent damage to all the circuits. Use dehumidifier to help reduce moisture in the room, keep TV on standby 24/7. Osmosis may help the TV to work without repair. Otherwise, you can repair the part, but moisture in your room will repeat the problem.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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