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I'm having a problem with my 47in panasonic rear projection hd tv turing off by itself. I have to unplug and plug it back in to get the picture back. Looks fine and then it happens again. sometimes after 10 minutes or 10 days I have on idea what to do. Please help!!!

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I am also having this issue all though this just started today, and all I could think to do was to leave it unpluged...still seaching for answers...sorry

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