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Power pops off and goes to standby after running for period of time. After a while power can be turned on again. john

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The first thing to look for with symptoms like this one is loose conections,in your case you might want to tap on the set while is working to see if you make it go off, if the picture distorts in any way ,if you are familiar with tv service you can remove the back cover and try it,tap lightly in different areas to see if it reacts differently,the set needs to be on while you try this and someone else need to look at the picture while you are doing it.You can use a wooden or rubber handle escrewdriver,it should not take much to make it act up.If you are not too familiar with tv service be safe and call for assistance from a servicer,you will need to resolder the loose conection if you find them,be attentive were you tap it so when it reacts you can flip the board and check the area you were taping on.Let us know how it goes or if you need more information.

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