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Nakul Thacker Posted on Nov 03, 2006
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TV will not respond (on and off) to remote or controls on the TV itself.I need to constantly shut off the TV for a few hours and wait before plugging it back in.It then works for another 1/2 hour or so and stops responding again.Any clues will be really helpful Thanks Nakul

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Your tv has some problems, firstly components are heating up on the power supply, later after a power supply is repaired check batteries in the remote. the power supply is a main driver of a tv in terms of switching on & off. thanks

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