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TV turns on, then immediately off again

Whether I use the remote or the button on the TV itself, it is only on for less then a second before switching itself back off again. The only troubleshooting suggestion in the owners manual that applied said to unplug it for an hour and try again. I left it unplugged for a day and tried, but still didn't work. I see another problem on here that might be the same, but the reply was way to technical for me. Can anyone offer any help, or should I just go get a new TV? my jvc tv power on and off. its just a second when i open the tv using button or remote its suddenly off and on again always on and off. how to fix this problem? when I turn the tv on, it turns itself off immediately

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