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Screen goes off after a few seconds

The unit powers up and the guns light. Then the Red gun indicator light inside the unit illuminates. It then shuts the entire system down. Any suggestions. It will repeat the process as often as I hit the power button-

Thanks for any suggestions.

DaveBendall@comcast.net

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The red tube is going out. I have the same problem with my Blue tube. If you get rid of your TV I will buy your blue tube.......

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