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I have a model SD-582HD5 58" TV Year 2000. It all of a sudden pops off to standby for no reason. Then it wont turn back on for awhile. What can we do to fix this?

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It has a loose connection on one of the boards. To test this the next time it turns off, Power it down and then back up, While its trying to come on hit the side or kick the bottom and see if it comes on. Sometimes you have to hit it hard. If it comes back on its a loose connection. A tech will have to check all the connections and if no loose connections are found he will have to resolder the joints on the boards.

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