Question about Televison & Video
The problem seems to be with the power supply. There might be bad components such ICs and rectifiers. I doubt the capacitors or fuses or the absence of high voltage because you did hear click.
The bad components are a result of heat or cold solders etc. If you want to repair it yourself then you should be having proper knowledge about the internal circuitry of the TV.
You should also require a multimeter and soldering equipments and schematics.So better you should contact a technician..
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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