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Ticking Sound When TV is off.

My two year old 27" Sanyo TV ticks like a clock when it is off. It stops ticking when you turn the set on. Other than that the TV works perfectly. Is this normal or a sign of bad thigs to come?

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Re: Ticking Sound When TV is off.

It's normal (if you see the instruction manual) but is hell anoying men, i need to dissconect the tv from power at nights because the ticking sound doesn't let me sleep! i hate it :(

Posted on Dec 28, 2006

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There is some shorted component/s in the circuit board. The short circuit protection circuit detects this short, and shuts down your TV again and again. That is why you hear these 'tick' sounds repeatedly. Contact any experienced service technician to get your TV repaired. The work is skilled one, which need sound knowledge in electronics, and work experience.

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