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What is the model number of the TV?How long have you owned the TV?What have you tried to correct the problem?Thank you again for trusting us with your problem. Please reply as soon as possible so that we can finish answering your question.
Thanks for your prompt reply. Those are the numbers I needed. This model has several know issues that can cause this problem. Power supply failure is the most common. The set is also know for having poor solder connections. The safety circuitry in the TV is shutting it down when it detects a problem. At times the problem can be a software issue and unplugging the TV for an hour or more will many times correct the problem if software is the cause. If the set needs to be repaired I would guess that the diagnoses to locate the exact problem and the repair will be in the $250 to $350 ballpark. THe TV is well worth the cost of repair. A small repair shop will often charge less for the repair than a large repair facility.
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