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Stereo goes on and off at all times on stand by,what can I do to fix the problem

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Check in settings and see if there is a a time out setting. Otherwise it may be a leaky capacitor in the power on circuit. Charges up then it drains. Check settings first. What Tv is this?

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Unplug it maybe.

Posted on Oct 04, 2019

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