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Tv wont turn on

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I noticed whenI turn the TV on there “ticks” from the power supply area.
Thanks foryour help

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  • s73tal Nov 26, 2008

    hi sorry about the gibrish,I have a T3201WHD omni TV, few days ago
    it started to shut down a turn on again by itself know it does not turn
    on , I tried to change the fuse still no change.

    I noticed whenI turn the TV on there “ticks” from the power supply area.
    Thanks foryour help

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You have shorted transistors on deflection board just fixed one like that will have to get back to you as to where the parts are located on deflection board.

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