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Jvc av-48wp55 shutting off on its own

My tv will turn off on its own then the green light will start blinking off and on. if i try to turn the tv back on it will not turn back on unless I unplug it first. once i turn the tv back on it will shut itself off again within 5-45 minutes. I noticed that it won't turn itself off when I'm using a playstation or wii....only when I'm watching cable.

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Is pix ok before shutdown?

If convergence is wildly misaligned then load may be shutting down power supply. Fix convergence and TV OK.

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Poor solder connections on main chassis near FBTX and h drive. Needs expert solder work

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