My tv keeps shutting off for no reason. Seems like it happens after it has been on for a while. It will flicker off a couple times and come right back on and then it will shut off completely and I have to wait a couple of minutes before I can turn it back on.
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You can reasonably make that claim only if a) the TV was in warranty when it started happening, or b) it is happening to so many of these sets that it might be considered breach of an implied warranty (or something like that).
This might sound a little crazy but, i had the same problem with my rca 50 inch, and he changed the bulb. which are pretty $$$$$125.00 at my tv repair person cost. the real cast was $219.00.Hope this helps you
you could have a couple of problems here
sounds like your tuner is bad but it may be repairable
useually when you first turn your tv on its cold then heats up and more then likley solder joints start to open uafter warm up then if you shut your tv off for a few sec. turn on it may be okay till solder joint get hot then open up tou need your tv reaired or buy new one
It seems there could be some moisture damage to the remote reciever panel inside your tv or with the switch its self, without looking at it i couldnt give you exact reasons its best to have a word with your local tv repair man unless you are good with a soldering iron, replacment of the reciver should cost you no more than 80 pounds any higher and shop around.
Your set might have a high voltage leak and that is the noise you hear when is showing the screen problem or even maybe an arking too ,either one is related to the high voltage and it can be dangerous,if you are familiar with tv service you can try to see where is arking and replace the part with an exact replacement but if the set has a leak you will not see it and is not safe to be close to it,if you are not too familiar be safe and call for assistance from a servicer.