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Clicking on and off without pressing anything

It started when the screen picture began to stretch literally looked like someone was trying to pull at it from each side, fully stretching it out...the picture became blurry and began to flicker as it stretched out

all of a sudden the TV shut off and just kept turning on and off again continously without me pressing any buttons....

i had to unplug it to get it to stop clicking on and off

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Check for a repair kit.

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