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RCA F20539DG The TV was working fine but now there is a relay "clicking" noise when the power button is pressed. It will click several times and sometimes will actually turn on again and work fine (once it's on). Seems it will stay on and work as long as it's not turned off, then you have to put up with it never turning on again (click click click) or just let it keep clicking/cycling until it finally turns on again. Any ideas of what needs replacing before I just throw parts at it? I'm an electrician but not electronics guy. I am aware of the dangerous HV interior parts to fire the tube, etc. but am not uncomfortable working on it "unplugged".

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    same thing, keeps clicking then turns on for a few seconds but before the screen turns on, it will turn off again

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YOU might have a bad relay or a bad solder connection in the relay control circuit. Sounds like a bad solder joint. Stargazer

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