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My 2 year old M&S TV works normally and then shows 'no signal' for a couple of minutes and then comes back on again. This repeats sporadically, tried scart lead and different signal source, no difference. Any Ideas.

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I would look for dry joints around the scart socket and tuner unit.
Hope this helps.

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