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I HAVE A MITSUBISHI TV ABOUT 3 YEARS OLD.I THINK ITS ABOUT 42 IN AND IT SITS ON A STAND MADE FOR IT TO SLIDE.I MOVE AND IT WAS SECURELY INSIDE MY TRUCK A 10 MINUTE DRIVE,PLAYED FINE ALL DAY UNTIL TONIGHT IT KEEP GOING OFF. WHAT IS WRONG I CANT FIND MY MANUEL.

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Good Day, neighborhood;

I drove to Walmart, one night, came out of the store and my car would not start. What's wrong.

First, I would try resetting the TV by unplugging it from the ac outlet for 3 - 5 minutes. and try it again.

If that did help then I would call a factory authorized service center to come ot and give an estimate.

It sounds like you may have some poor connections on some parts inside the TV.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

PS The car thing was to illustrate that it could be anything.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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