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Picture and a ticking noise from behind the television

Theres no light ,or picture on the tv,so when i un plugged it,the sound stopped only when its plugged up you hear this sound i am pretty sure it can be fixed so can you help me

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Ticking sound is hv shut down. electronic sweep circuit or power supply problem. need tech. 

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