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Matsui television my matsui televison (around 3 yrs old) has suddenly started to switch itself off. I switch it on and the picture and sound come on for a few seconds and then it switches itself off. the same happens whether I switch it on on the set or by the remote.

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1 it might be due to loose contact in plug or socket. 2 there might problem in power supply section in your tv.

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