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SAMUSUNG TELEVISION KEEPS CLICKING WHEN TRYING TO TURN ON

WHEN SWITCHING ON MY TELEVISION KEEPS CLICKING AT THE BACK ON TELEVSION AS IF IT IS TRYING TO CONNECT AFTER TWO MINUTES TELEVISON COMES ON AND PICTURE AND SOUND ARE FINE THIS HAS BEEN HAPPENING FOR ABOUT A WEEK BUT NOW WHEN SWITCH ON THE TELEVISION RED LIGHT KEEPS FLICKERIGN AND JUST GET THIS CONSTANT CLICKING NOISE FROM INSIDE THE TELEVISION AS IF ITS TRYING TO COME ON BUT WONT AND WONT SWITCH OF EITHER

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    tonyw514 May 11, 2010

    was there anything that has led to this, e.g. Lighting hit the house, liquid was spilled or something of that sort?

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