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The only possibilities I see here are either the Plug Holder with Fuse Block which sometimes goes bad and periodically will shut down the unit. The other possibility is that the Electronic Card has gone bad. It over-heats and shuts down power.
If the fan on your power supply is not turning then you need to replace the power supply as soon as possible. The machine is overheating and then shutting off. If the power supply is not replaced it can cause additional problems with the motherboard, cpu, and hard drive. Open your case and look on the power supply for your replacement parts number, check Ebay.com for a replacement. They are easy to replace, just a few screws and power plugs.
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Just checked the GE website. Had the same problem with my 5 year old microwave. GE website says to close and open the door quickly three times. First time I did this it didn't work. Second time I closed the door with some significant force and reopened it more quickly. Worked. Unplugged the microwave, plugged it back in, still fine.
It sounds to me like it's time to replace the battery. How old is the battery (i.e. is it the original)? In my experience I find batteries tend to last 5 years and anything beyond that is just luck ;-) I think most parts stores will do a free battery test for you. Good luck.
TV's have a circuit that monitors the high voltage and shuts down the set if it senses something amiss.
Figure on replacing the flyback transformer.
However, my experiance is to not put money into a TV that is over ten
years old. TVs stress out their electronic components worse than
almost any other electronic product. After 10 years, there are so
many parts that are ready to fail that your are probably wasting your
money trying to get any more life out of it.
Another option is to wholesale replace the main board from an outfit like PTS Electronics at ptscorp.com.
Hope ya fix it!