Question about Sanyo 42 in. LCD TV
The most common problem for that I believe is a weakened power supply, pretty common problem. More than likely is overheating-try holding a can of computer duster upside down( this will allow extremely cold liquid to escape) and spay into T.V. or move T.V. to as cold an enviroment as possible. This may let you know if problem is overheating related. Good luck and I hope this helped. Prodzilla
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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