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I have a 20'' RCA TruFlat SDTV/DVD combo that's not even 2 years old and for the last week or so, whenever I try to turn it on, the picture flickers for a second and then shuts off. It usually takes 3-4-5 tries until it actually stays on and it still plays pretty good for the most part when it does stay on. The problem is just the initial powering on. What could be causing this? Would I be better off just getting a new TV (even though money is tight) or can this be an affordable fix? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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The RCA tv's have the highest breakdown problems in the industry and usually take a slew of parts in the process when they finally quit. Now if you are very lucky you may have bad connections on the main board, but with history these sets carry I'am inclined to run it until it fails completely and buy a new tv.

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