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TV makes tickong sound when turned off, but ticking goes away when turned on.

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Something likely in the power supply, if taken apart someone should be able to hear where it is coming from.....Some regular sets will at the high voltage cup on the tube build a static level that will slowly discharge and this may mean a issue there.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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