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I have some bent lines for a screen. Insignia Intel 10". Tried to reboot. Nothing. Also making a clicking sound.

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Most likly it is a problem in the power supply regulator circuit. pretty common for Toshiba TV sets. If you know about TV serviceing, first thing to replace would be the regulator IC as that is the problem 80% of the time. if that does not help then you will need a schematic to trace out the regulator circuit. Good Luck PS please dont forget to rate this thread.

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