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In RCA T13208 13 in. TV/VCR Combo shut down after turn it on

When I turn on the TV or play VCR, it automatically shut down after two seconds.

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The safety circuit is sensing a problem and is why it will not let the tv stay on,the cause could be a problem on the mechanics of the vcr,you need to get an estimate to see if it is worth the repair and might be able to keep using just the tv.

Posted on Sep 24, 2006

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