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TV Switching out

My tv switches off when it has been on intially for about an hour. Then it will not turn on again for about 15-20 minutes and when it does it will switch off again after about 20-30 minutes. Is this an expensive item to put right? Is it something for an expert to do or is it something someone can do with a little knowledge. Grudig ST 70 708

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As per your problem tv seems to be ok. no part defective as it is getting turn on. please call skilled tech to check for loose contact.

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