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TV wont come/stay on

I know this is going to be hard because I just fell and messed up my knee so It is almost impossible for me to get up and look for model numbers etc. on the tv., but if you would be so kind as to take a stab at this problem I would be so grateful. Problem: Philips TV. 27" I think, approx 4-5 years old. For the last couple of weeks the tv has been difficult to get to turn on. When turned on at first the screen is just black, then after a couple of minutes there is a snippit of sound then nothing. If turned off and back on the same thing happens. Each time the tv is turned on the duration of sound gets longer untill after 5 or 6 times there is a flicker of picture. Again each time the tv is turned off then back on the duration of the picture is longer untill it shows the channel number and then after 3 or 4 more times it will stay on and work perfectly untill it is turned off. My solution had been to just leave it on untill last night when I forgot and turned it off. Today i can't get it to do anything except when I turn it on sometimes there is the usuall kind of thump sound it makes everytime it is turned and then it ticks for a few seconds then stops. If you use the up/down buttons it ticks for a few seconds again each time a button is pressed whether on the remote or on the tv. If you know something to do I would really appreciate it. I am going stir crazy having to just sit here. Thanks so much. Helene

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Helene dear your tv need be checked for the inside there is problem in power supply need be fixed.and your will see it"for more help see expers near you.

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