My son was watching TV heard a "static noise"? and TV went out. There isn't any sound or picture, can't even get it to turn on, but we can hear sort of a clicking sound coming from the back of the TV. Any solutions? The Model # is P46812BLLG4. This TV is about 10-12 years old. Thanks, Michael
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Sounds like you have an internal fault (probably on the power supply board) This is the board that generates the various voltages for the various parts of the tv circuitry. The best is to take it to reputable tv repairer(just what you didnt want to hear hey)
it sounds to me a transformer in your set has gone hard to say witch. im guessing it is a CRT set the best thing i could suggest would be to take it to your local tv repair shop they should be able to sort this for you and it shouldn't be to expensive.
Hi there could be more problem then speakers. this tv could have a bad audio ic or capacitor which would cause same problem
But you could use a generic speaker here is a company that sells lots of tv part that consumers could use mcm electronics ,com
When not watching a tape, be sure power is off ( VCR ).....
How is the picture...? When you watch tapes, do you put the
TV on channel 3 or select video..? Also, what is signal source ?
Cable ? Box ?.....................T.