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Intermittent power on/off

Set will turn itself off, then on again, repeatedly and will eventually stay on after cycling various times. Did vacuum back of exterior, seemed to help for about a week. Also, seems to correct itself (not 100% sure), if you catch it while on and turn off then wait 5 min, seems to turn on and stay on.

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My exact same TV did the same thing. Your fuse us going bad. Go buy a new one and replace it.

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