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I HAVE A SONY 29' TV MODEL # KV-SW29M31.WHEN I TURN ON THE POWER THE RELAY KEEPS MAKING A CLICKING SOUND BUT DOESN'T SWITCH ON.ANY SOLUTIONS TO THAT............

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Yes.its a fuse problem on the main board which needs replacement.

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