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Turn off your television. Try disconnecting all external signal sources (except the antenna or cable) from your television.Turn on the television and see if this resolves the problem. If it does then you may have a faulty cable connection to your television. Change out the cables one by one to find the bad cable and replace it. If this does not solve your problem. Turn off for a period of hours(This may allow your television set to reset itself) and test again. If you still have the same problem, Then you need to call customer service for servicing and technical advise. Call this number for service : 1-877-467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem.
This problem requires a service technician to check out you television for component failures on the power supply board and the main board. You have a failure in either drive voltage to power you video processor or a break down in the signal transferring components.It could be as simple as cold solder joints or a failure of capacitors in the signal processing circuits. They have a self healing components and will restore temporary operation for short periods of time.You could also have a failing video processor chip and chips that are being damaged everytime you turn your unit on.. These problems usually occurs from over heating going on inside you television. You need to get it checked out before it get worse.Here is the number for Insignia Customer service: 1-877-467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem.
It's more than likely over-heating. You can try a Battery BackUp with AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation) built-in to see if possibly your electricity isn't coming in as cleanly as it should. If that doesn't do anything different for you then you'll have to take it to either a repair shop or back to Best Buy (if it's still under warranty).