Question about Televison & Video
It sounds like your TV may have one or even several defective solder connections
that need time to warm up before the TV will work as normal. The
connections could be on any one of the circuit boards. For starters
check out the convergence board with a X10 magnifier and pay close
attention the the connections on the pins of the amp modules on the
If you have no electronics experience or experience with power, then I recommend that you get someone who does to check it out for you
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
The clicking noise is a device called safety protection switch that keeps turning off the TV because an error has been detected.
When a problem, such as a wrong voltage, a short, a defective IC or a bad component is detected, them main chip in your tv, familiarly called the jungle chip, send the unit in what is called protected mode.
In this situation a switch will keep turning TV off to prevent more damage, that is the clicking noise that you hear.
Try unplugging the TV from power for one hour or two, this will drain power completely and reset TV.
If it does not work, then the TV must be inspected following the troubleshooting diagrams from the service manual.
To do it yourself you need experience in testing electronics, some test requires working with live power. If you decide to DIY , get first the service manual.
If you need to call a technician use the phone number printed on the user manual.
You can get service manual and parts here.
Spero che questo possa essere d'aiuto.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
Check out this link for the screen problems as you prescribed you have and also diagrams and step by step repair help is given
feel free for further queries.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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