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Sony KV-29-SN21 TV power supply clicks, no picture no sound

Hi My Sony TV just sits there clicking. Have removed the back and there is a flash in the gun each time the power cycles. can you help?

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DO NOT PUT ON TV As it is DANGEROUS call tv tech to check high output in regulated power supply

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