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Power will not stay on

I push the power button and the TV starts to come on for about 4 seconds then it goes back off. It will not stay on. You hear a snap sound when it cuts off. I have unplugged it and waited 8 to 24 hours and retried. It will come on and operate normally for a few days, then repeats the same problem. It did this for about 3 weeks and now it will just start for 4 seconds and shut off. Have not been able to get it to play since. Can anyone help diagnose this problem??? Thanks, Bill

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Sounds like its shutting down because of the b+ regulation circuit isent working and going into HI Voltage shutdown or theres a fault in the horizontal drive circuit. If your not a tech and now about serviceing the HI VOLTAGE in a tv set then PLEASE seek a service tech to assist you with this repair. Sorry i couldnt assist you more with this. Good Luck

Posted on Jun 26, 2006


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