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Something wrong my tv keep turning off by itself

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  • anna55342 Mar 07, 2008

    27 inch tv turns od and on by its self HELP

  • Anonymous Oct 28, 2008

    i hit the power and hear sound for a couple seconds and the click, it's off.

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A jammed or defective VCR can cause this symptom if the TV is turning itself off within about 15 seconds of turn on. Otherwise, it could be anything from a bad capacitor in the power supply to a shorted component in the High Voltage/deflection circuits. In other words, time to replace it.

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