We have a Panasonic Viera and it keeps losing sound and then it turns itself off and then on again

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That does not tell us what's wrong.

That's a symptom so a tech might take a look at the insides for lint, dust and heatsinks that could have fallen off then swap boards. If the TV is out of warranty this work here starts at 150USD and goes up. All 32 in and smaller TVs are pretty much never repaired because of the cost of service.

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