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Magnavox 15 Turn on TV or Monitor. Works fine for about 20 minutes, then shuts off. Turn it back on. Works fine for about 10 minutes. Turn it back on, cycle shortens until it will not turn on. Leave off for about 10 minutes and the cycle repeats. I think something is overheating. Where can I get this fixed.

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    Same Problem.



    Unit works for 15 minutes when first turned on, but then will only stay on for 2-5 minutes thereafter. I too think it is overheating and have bought a replacement because it is so annoying...I may take off the back of the unit to see if the internal debris / dust balls are perhaps causing the issue, but I doubt it.

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    Tried replacing plug to power supply - No Luck (Light is still green on power supply (after it shut off by itself, so power to TV / Monitor is most likely not the issue, or my issue )

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IT IS YOUR POWER SOURCE HAD SAME PROBLEM CHANGED POWER PLUG HAS HOT TURNED OFF SINCE

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