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Hello and sorry you're having problems. When the set turned off- did the power light physically turn red and the set actually shut off? Also, how long is it working for now before shutting down?
Do you have any electronics repair experience, and are you looking to repair the set yourself?
Are you able to see my reply?
Paul, respectfully- your reply came in 24 minutes after I engaged the question. I was not online waiting for 24 minute for the reply- I waited about 15 and went to do something. I am now online, and can talk back and forth to you as needed. The TV's power supply board is what's at fault here. These boards are known for capacitors going out of spec and causing the TV to shut down. To fix this issue requires either a power board swap, or the board you currently have to be rebuilt. The average cost for this type of repair on your TV is $250 parts and labor. If you're looking to swap the board yourself- it's plug and play- meaning no special tools are needed to replace it- as the connectors all plug in. However if you're not looking to repair the set yourself, a shop can be located at the link below:
If you need further assistance let me know. Please do not forget to click the 5 STAR RATING, at the top of the page for my efforts. It is my livelihood and you can follow up at any time if needed.
If you're looking to save some money on repairs, the power supply board for your TV can be purchased at the link below for $84:
To replace it you need nothing more than a screwdriver and to remove all of the screws on the back of the TV- remove the rear cover, and then unplug the connections on the power board within the set. This is the board that directly connects to the AC Input jack on the TV. Installation of the board is the reverse of removal.
Do you need any further assistance with this?If not, could you please click the 5 STAR RATING, at the top of the page for my efforts? It is my livelihood and you can follow up at any time if needed.