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what it is the tvs like this are mento be serviced every 3 years or so the convergence settings are in the back only user ones are in the settings dont try this yourself though i broke mine lol it will cost 120 pounds tops to fix dont worry its worth it if this has helped please give me thumbs up because people are just taking answers and not voting
Try unplugging it for about 30-60 seconds, then plug it back in and before you turn it on, make sure there is a good video source going to the TV either from Satellite/Cable or a DVD player or something.
If this doesn't work, try unplugging it a bit longer and then plug it back in and try again. If it still does not work, you may have to take it in and get it serviced.
Usually when devices power themselves off like that, there's something wrong...
Try swapping the turntable RCA cables around at the back of your aplifier or hi-fi to check if it is the same channel giving you problems. if the same side remains dead, it might be you RCA plug itself. Turn your "ballance" on your Amp, so that the channel that is still working, is muted. Jiggle the faulty plug around, and see if you get any noise from the dead channel. If that is the case, find an old set of RCA cables and cut one plug of to leave about 6 inches or so of wire. Do the same with the dead plug on the turntable, and strip both sets of wire back, and solder. Tape it up and give it a go
The eeprom is bad. It holds memory for the micro...it is the micro's ram card so to speak. OR, you have horizontal problems that RCA's are know to have. Google your sets model or chassis # and the words "dead set". You will get plenty of info to help you.Good luck!!