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TV keeps turning its self on and off.

The clicking sound seems to come from the back left hand side of the set

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This is the powers supply attempting to turn the set on.
There is an overload, maybe in the HT transformer, or some capacitors are faulty.

Its an engineer jobby

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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