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Tv will not power on

I have a 36in Rca the tv had problems with cable conection so we would jiggle the cord and it would play dont no if that is related beceuse it went on for a while then suddenly the tv shut off and will not turn back on i have removed the the cover to make sure the grey abd black plugs were still in the board and that the fuse right there had not been blown. With the cover off i try to restart the tv, it attempted to run but cut off an on then off completly there is a clicking sound coming from the left side of the board if you are facing the tv unit please advise

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1)Please verify service # from back of set...Very important..

2)Probable bad ground solder connections...tuner circuit

3)probable bad flyback transformer and / or horiz o/p xistor

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