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My tv keeps turning off and changing channels when I'm on HDMI input but no other channel does it do this. It turns off every 1-10 minutes that I'm on the HDMI input but it has also changed to the VGA input and to the channel 75(The channel I use for my cable box) oh and I may also add that these are the only three channels I ever use on my tv. And thanks for any help you may provide!

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You have a bad Main bd.

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