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Tv won't turn on

My husband heard a click when he turned on the tv, then the picture never came up. the green light that always is on when the tv is on is blinking. We're not sure what needs replacing...the bulb, lamp, etc.. how can I tell what needs replacing?

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  • verdugo9 Mar 08, 2009

    After 2 or 3 hours of the TV been on, cuts off and when you try to turned back on you listen to a clicking sound but the TV will not turn back on. Sometimes you have to wait until the next to watch the TV, but after few hours the same thing happen again

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I think this would be the lamp pull it out, if its bad you should be able too see the light burnt. you should be able to get to it from the front.

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