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Sometimes the robot may get stuck in sleep mode. Press the power button on the robot's back (by his shoulder blade) once, and if nothing happens, wait 2 seconds and press it again. The Robosapien should begin its wakeup procedure.
Do you have the Robosapien or Mini Robosapien? For the Robosapien, you can download the manual from WowWee.com (click Robosapien Manual.pdf). For the Mini Robosapien, it doesn't come with a manual -- there aren't very many instructions, and they all come printed on the box that it comes in.
The ticking noise usually comes from the power section of the tv. Usually it is a capacitor failing. As far as the cost of repair this can go either way ie cheap or expensive. It will dpend on what exactly has failed and if it requires a board replacement or just a part.
I'm going to assume this isn't under warrenty anymore. It is covered if it is. You need to get some repair estimates from Samsung and any tv repair shops. Then keep and eye out for a replacement. Make sure you include any shipping costs or other costs when you are totaling up the estimates. If it gets close to the replacement cost then you will have to choose if you want a new tv or have a repair done.
It is probably your lifters sticking. Check your engine oil level and if thats fine, then add some oil detergent/additive that says it will "reduce engine knock and free sticky lifters" run with that additive for a couple hundred miles or until the noise gets better. then replce your oil after that without using the additive
Something has failed or is failing in the monitor. It may be serviceable, but may not be cost effective to do so unless something has just come loose. I'm assuming you have no problems with the new monitor. Your time line is a little confusing.