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Tv turns off and wont come back on

This Tv has a habit of blowing the fuses. However sometimes it just turns off without a fuse being blown. A TV Repair Man said there were loose capacitors and the whole board needed to be resoldered. Another one said a tuner cartridge needed to be replaced. Right now it will come on for a few minutes and then cut off and all the fuses are fine.

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    TV will not come on. Red light on power is illuminated. When i push on , on the remote, there is a click, but the tv will not power up, and the standby light stays red. There is a clicking sound in the back that is like a clock, only faster than i click a second. I do not know where the fuses are, to check them. the first time this happened 4 years ago, a fuse repaired it. about a year later it happened again. the repair man had a lot of trouble finding the problem, and finally settled on resodering the convergence. That made it for a year. cos was around $250 Any suggestions



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Mine did same thing fixed @ shop for less than 100.00

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