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I replaced the bad capacitor and now!?

Whats the deal, can anybody help? it used to turn off after a couple of seconds and thats it no picture no sound, now when it turn it on it continues to click over and over in the fly back! i pulled the flyback out. am i on the right path? all the tv repair men i've called want me to bring it in or throw it away. can anyone help?

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  • Gene'O Turney Jul 23, 2007

    yes it was close to the flyback. i replaced it and now it keeps clicking.how do i know which one is a regulator

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Are you sure the flyback was clicking? Usually it arc's inside or externally to metal chassis. There is a relay that clicks on & off , which could be what you are hearing. Your bad cap, is it in the power supply or near the flyback? A regulator is more of a possibility than the flyback.

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