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hello..i think you have very big problems inside on you're TV you need a Electronics Technician to see inside the real problem.my tips is located in Power Supply Regulator..Can i know what kind TV Model???thanks
I'm afraid this failure is not just a fuse failure in your TV since you still can hear the relay clicking. This fix might not be a DIY.
Where can I send you additional info on what could be wrong with your TV?
For the first one, please list the model number and count the blinks. Also, can you please post each problem separately. It will get too confusing trying to address 3 sets with different but similar problems.
The green light indicates that it is getting power from the outlet ok.
The clicking is the power relay trying to turn it on but there is an
internal fault forcing it to shutdown. You either have a power supply
problem, horizontal output transistor (HOT) is shorted or a bad flyback
transformer. In any case it can most likely be repaired by a qualified
technitian. If it is the flyback it may be expensive.
This may denote a proble in either your switching powers supply or your Horizontal section derived high voltage power supply. These are both very dangerous sections in your television. My next question is important; do you have a background in electronics? If not I would not advise you working on this problem yourself and that you take the TV to a repair shop for servicing. If you do have some background in electronics, I would like for you to make the following obeservations:
What was the TV doing (it actions)prior to it going out?
Did you hear any sounds before it went out like buzzing or crackling?
What do you hear when you try to turn it on now, clicking?
These questions are just to develop some background into what might be happening to your set.