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Tv does not power on

When i plug the cord into the wall there is a chirping noise from the back of tv similar to a cricket sound continuously, . and no picture and no sound thru speakers. i opened it the fuses are good. can you help me further diagnose?

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U have a short on one of the secondary voltages from the power supply. commonly a bad diode.
the chirp is the supply attempting to start into a short.

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