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LG 32LC2D LCD TV Power loss

by trickster729 / April 13, 2011 10:58 AM PDT

while watching my TV the other day, it just stopped working. The TV was on but it didn't have sound or a picture. after cutting it off for a little while, I cut it back on and the sound and picture was back. But after about 10 mins, it cut off again. Its like if it gets hot, it cuts off. I was thinking that is was a heat sync problem. What does any one else think/

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Did you try this test?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 13, 2011 11:01 AM PDT

Get a small fan and point it at the back of the TV and see if it gets better.

Now no offense intended but if you thought it was a heat sink issue, what stopped you from cleaning or working that idea?

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Not because of heat....
by r_ank / June 19, 2011 6:39 PM PDT

That's a very common problem in LGs TV....and most probably that's occur because of some internal problem on board.
I've heard a lot about similar problems in LGs tv, i don't understand that why LG is not focusing on their drawback..!!

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