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Television keeps turning itself off.

Our television keeps turning itself off. When we try to turn the television on, the green power light comes on for a few seconds, then turns itself off again. Help!!! I am NOT a repairman. Thank you.

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  • librebrisa Nov 03, 2007

    My aunt have the same problem with the same model of Tv. But she needs the diagram and she doesn´t has it.

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2007

    I do have the same problem..It caused from the t.v on for several hour without playing my DVD player...I turned it on and it turned off by itseft rightaway...I would like to repair myself,it would be great if someone could tell me what i have to replace...where I can get them...thanks...

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2008

    my television also turns itself off. Have turned it off for a time also. Will try the convergence amplifiers identified by the helpful person.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Green power lights turns on but the screen remains off this has happened after a week away on holiday



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There are two integrated circuits called convergence amplifiers , they need to be replaced. this is a common failure on this model. the cost to replace with parts is around 250.00 dls depending on the tech. if you need more help let know thanks

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