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It shuts off all by its self but not all the time

Hey techy peoples i just bought this panasonic pt-51hx40 for 85$ now i need your help to fix it. it shuts off by itself. yesterday it dident do it at all and we had it on for 6 hours straight. today it has done it 5 or 6 times it stayes on for about 10 minutes and then without warning it shuts off. i have normal picture and normal audio.the guy i bought it from sayed he payed someone $800 to fix it but the problem still persists.

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2007

    TV Shuts of itself 2sec after switched on.

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If I was working on this set I would look for cold solder joints on IC501 Vertical output IC.

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