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Turns Off By Itself

Sometimes, our tv will flash red and then the screen goes black but the volume is still on for another minute or so and then it turns off completely. If we leave it off for 5 minutes or so then it is fine again. It doesn't happen every day yet but is getting more often. We had the red bulb changed about 6 months ago. Any ideas? Thank you.

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It helps , if you can tell me how many times the red led blinks , but for that model usually the hi voltage splitter cause that problem,

Posted on Jun 10, 2007

  • Luis Amado Jun 12, 2007

    any luck. let me know
    thanks

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