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Why did my TV shut off and is squeeling?

It shut itself off and is squeeling until I unplug it from the wall. Then when I plug it back in it wont let me turn it back on and it still makes the high pitched ringing noise...or squeel...whats wrong with it and how can I fix it?

its and RCA model F25254GY and was made in 1999

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    had pwer sending unit replaced cost $40 dollars lasted another 4 years

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I have the same model RCA tv, It woked great for several years then it started shutting off or flicking the menu off and on, I looked at the back of the set and there was a lot of dust so I took it out side and removed the cover and the inside was loaded with dust so I blasted the dust out with compressed air carefully, I then sprayed the circuit panels with CRL circuit board cleaner. There was also a dead moth stuck on one of the circuit panels, got rid of it and the set has worked great ever since.

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