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You could try cleaning out the dust if you're hearing any crackling, other than that looks like a dead tube. If it is the tube, you would be better off getting a new TV, as tubes are a bit pricey, and those CRT TV's really run up your bill.
looks like a( DLP) tv digital light proccessor . aka projection. most likely the bulb is burned out . if so cost is $65-125 bucks. aftermarket bulbs are available online but some dont work or burn out prematurely. if you decide to fix it or buy a new tv ,invest in a surge protector. it will save your tv from problems like this . good luck.
Depending on the age of your tv, if you hear a rapid clicking, it seems like your ballast is starting to turn on your tv but it's not able to. (1) Check your lamp, (2) reset the lamp timer, (3) make sure the cover panel is all the way. the positioning sensor might not be detecting the cover all the way in. Personally I think you're experiencing a ballast problem.
the high voltage or flyback transformer is not working.the sound runs off a separate fixed power supply.if you run your hand across the screen,is there static?that would mean the high voltage is ok but there is another circuit fault
When I turn on the TV I hear the click sound and the TV powers up. Immediatly the red (standby) light begins to flash 6 times on and off. this happenes only in the morning, but after 5:00PM when youturn on the TV as if nothing is wrong.
shorted components causes continuous ticking/clicking sound from inside the set! it would really need a shop visit since you have no picture display! if you could trust the service person then it could be worth sending it to a shop!
If you dont here anything then it sounds like the switching power supply or the horizontal output circuits not starting up. this requires troubleshooting with a variac, as well as maybe a scope. If your not trained to work on HI Voltage circuits you should seek assistance with this repair. Theres HI voltage inside these sets even after they are unplugged for a while. sorry i couldnt be of more assistance.