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WD 52525 TV keeps shutting itself off after 15-30 minutes. I changed the lamp two weeks ago, but we did have a short power outtage just before this started. The timer light is blinking faster than normal once it shuts off and when it stops I can turn the tv back on..again in 15 minutes it shuts off again. I have checked the timer and the sleep funtion and both are off. Help.

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  • jason May 11, 2010

    this is going to require component replacement , can you replace components(solder)?

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This is a sign of a failing capacitor set on the power board. there may have been a small or minimal pulse that went threw the set during the power outage and when the power was restored. this could also be overheating as well due to dust forming on the power boards components. i would remove the back cover and clean as much dust off the power board as possible with some sort of canned air if possible. make sure the cooling system is working properly as well.

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