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Shuts Off 50A50 - periodically picture freezes for a moment then TV blinks off and on and resumes with regular operation.

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  • Anonymous Sep 03, 2006

    Can you give me an idea of repair cost so I don't get taken and sound informed.

    Thanks, Kevin

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Theres a digital comb circuit that causes this symtom. Not a repair job for the amature.

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