My Dads Panasonic TV

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  1. d4774ni

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    My Panasonic TV, model number and serial number below



    It keeps turning itself off and on again when watching



    Is there anything that can be done to sort this issue out?



    Please/Thanks

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    First try a different remote, the On/Off switch may be at fault. Switching the TV off/on, on the TV might work, its probably been in the on position since it was first switched on. make certain plugs are all pushed fully home in the sockets.
     
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    Bought a replacement cheapy remote and new plug

    One of my friends opened it internally and check it out internally

    Have changed HDMI cables,

    Fingers crossed

    I would not be so bothered but this TV cost me £1600 new and don't want to let it go until I have tried everything

    Fingers crossed, will keep you posted, thanks for replying
     
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    Have you tried putting something over the IR sensor (once switched on) to see if that stops it? If it does, then something is mimicing the IR on/off signal. We once had this problem, which turned out to be one particular CFL bulb that only did this once it had been on for about 10 minutes or so. At that point, it would randomly turn the TV off and on every few minutes. Drove us nuts until we sussed it wasn't happening in daylight.
     
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    Have a look at your Stand-by settings. on the remote select menu scroll to settings press OK. Scroll down to auto stand-by and turn it off. Worth a try.
     
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    done a reset on on tv, changed hdmi and power settings, and power cable

    Need PC computer drivers - any ideas wheere I can get
     
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    Need to know the computer name, although there are programs that can check your PC but be wary of where and what you use.

    Here is a site and ways to check for latest drivers, make sure if you use other soft ware that it's for your windows operating system.
    Update Drivers in Windows 10. Easily! - Driver Easy

    Note this is for windows 10.

    Driveeasy can check most PC windows OS.

    You may have a driver update that came with your PC I have on my Lenovo laptop so check that first in your programs etc.
     

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