Question about Televison & Video
That is the problem with the new sets the bugs haven't been worked out . The analog sets last longer ,more reliable and have been debugged over decades of time. It sounds like another thermal sensor ,because what is happening is once it cools off you can turn it back on. Try and move it out from the wall or a place where air circulates around it,that should help, This time when the thermal sensor gets replaced tell the guy to put a heat sink on the component to keep it cool.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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