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My Toshiba powers off every few mins and will not turn back on until i unplug the tv and plug it back in. Will only stay on for another few mins. The long its unplugged the longer it will stay on up to ten mins now. Previously only did this when I turned the tv off then back on immedietely. Removed front panel and placed a fan there in hopes the the heat syncs are now being over worked. Still shuts down every two mins.

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It sounds like you have a bad capacitor. When one is faulty, they will demonstrate this type of behavior. The issue is finding out which one. If you are not a skilled technician, this is a difficult task. I would recommend that you take it to a TV repair shop, and let them repair it, if you are unable to. The good thing is that the cost of a repair is significantly less expensive than a new TV.

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