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Vizio TV issue

I had been searching for an issue invovling my new Vizio TV, and I noticed you had responded to someone else's problem a couple months ago, with their Vizio turning off and not turning back on again. That's not my problem, but I had noticed that you asked them if their TV was plasma or LCD and if it made clicking noises.
I have a 42" Vizio that I just purchased (by just, I literally mean yesterday), and it makes two loud clicking noises when it turns on and one loud click when it turns off. I was hoping since you posed them a question about this issue, perhaps you might know what is causing it.

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This is an indication that the power supply is working. The clicking noise shows that the power supply is booting up. If you still does not have power, it may be the main board that is not working.

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