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Tv switches itself off to standby

My tv always switches itself off to standby so we will have to switch it off fully with the power button and then on again. this has been goin on for about 16 months now since we were given the telly. however the problem is getting worse and now we constantly have to keep switching the telly back on. please help !!!!! our tv is a 32in toshiba not sure of the model number... thankyou

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Sounds like a fault in the remote receive circuit or power supply. ambient electrical noise is getting into the circuit somehere. As it is not a new TV, I would suspect power supply capacitors, as they dry out with heat and age. Probably best to take it to a repair shop that gives free estimates/quotes, as there may be more on its way out and this is the first symptom.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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