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I have 1 , exact same problem. I took it to a local repair shop and it turned out to be loose connections on the circuit board. It was explained to me that as the problem became more frequent it was the connections getting worse. It cost about $100 (give or take).
ok I'm looking at the owners manual and it says that if you tv is plugged in to a higher voltage outlet in my turn its self off as a fire safty switch. So check to see if the plug in is a 210 outlet if so thats your problem otherwise it doesnt show anything else about it turning off hope that helps!
I just fixed one that had several bad solder conections on the circuit board. The connections to the Flyback transformer and several leads to various componets all had a ring around the conection and not making a good conection to the leads.