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TV randomly shuts off and won't detect external devices

I have a Hisense TV, it randomly shuts off, it no longer supplies sound to my surround sound receiver and it doesn't detect any signals from externally connected equipment. I can only use the apps installed on the TV. Any advice on what parts I need would be of great help. Thanks.

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