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TV turns off a second after turning on....

When I turn on my VS 4543, it "clicks" as if turning on normally, and the power lite comes on, but it then "clicks" off one second later, before any picture or sound comes on. This happens whether I turn it on by remote or by the pushing the power button.

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  • intelzee May 16, 2008

    the tv just turns on the goes off, there is no picture, or anything

  • estradawi May 11, 2010

    vs 4543 high voltage problem

  • estradawi May 11, 2010

    high voltage shutdown problem

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You have a high voltage shutdown problem, look at the threads here on Mitsubishi and you will find your answer.

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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