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We had a power cut and then turned T.V back on and it made a

We had a power cut then turned T.v back on it made clicking noises and the sleep timer flashes...there is nothing coming from the T.V at all.
Helppppp!!! Thank you.

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    Can you tell me how many times the sleep timer light is flashing?

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Check all the fuses u will find the prob, every board has at least one fuse.

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