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My tv won't turn on...

When I went to turn it on. it made the noise like it regularly does when a tv turns on, and then the screen stayed gray and it began to make these little beeping and clicking noises in the back, like it was tunring on/off/on/off.... please help?? thanks.

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  • r_i_cervante Jan 05, 2009

    Thanks. I keep having real bad troubles with tv's :(

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The sound you can hear is the power supply starting then finding a fault and shutting down this cycling trip indicates a fault condition which need a technician to solve.
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