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Clicking Sound when changing Colors

I have a Toshiba DLP 62HM116 that is fairly new. When i change the set color tone from light to dark and vise versa I hear a loud clicking noise. The set is otherwise working Great. What could be causing this?

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I replaced the Optic Block,

No More clicking Sound

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