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Projection tv I saw a 46" projection tv on craig's list for free. The guy says that the thing will turn on most times, but other times it will come on and then turn off in 2 seconds. Any ideas? Is it worth picking up? Oh, and I'm not sure of the model, just had to type something to proceed.

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  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    Using either the remote or the switch at the front, it will turn on for a few brief seconds; then it will power down. What would be the 3 top reasons?

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