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Tv power wont stay on

Whenever i press the power button the tv turns on but immediately shuts off why is this happening?

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  • leele35 Jul 25, 2008

    same issue red light is lit and wont stay on magnavox smart series 36".

  • GOMLEDS Jul 25, 2008

    iDENTICAL ISSUE - TV power goes on, select channel, channel appears for literally 1 second and then goes blank.. At same time, the red indicator light goes into a continuous phase of flashing 3 times , pausing, flashing 3 times etc. Its almost like the set has gone into some form of hibernation mode - but nowhere does it say how to re-set this

    Irritating - only a cheap telly, but now basically useless due to this

  • poppaswife Aug 25, 2008

    same exact thing with my smart series

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Hello All,
The problem that is happening is due to the shutdown circuit activating, which is an indication of excessive current flow. This may indicate a problem in the High Voltage section or in the power supply feed from the HV section. In any case this problem is best dealt with by a trained professional. I would suggest that you take the TV to a qualified TV repair person and have them check it out.
I hope this helps
Thank you,
Shuttle83

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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