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Pioneer SD-532HD5 I have read about other peoples problem with the tv shutting it self off. I think I need step by step instructions with pictures. Could someone help me please. This problem just started about a week ago and is now get worst. Thank you E

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It is time to buy a new one,,,sorry

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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