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Yet another hissing/buzzing noise from back of TV

As soon as the power cable is plugged in the noise begins.
With the back off it is clear that the noise is coming from the main board at the bottom and not from the board that attaches to the tube.
Absolutely nothing works, will not turn on, power button does nothing, no lights on anywhere.
Remote is missing, is there some sort of reset on the unit itself?

Any help is appreciated
Thanks!!!

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Good day.

Check for the horizontal output transistor, flyback and filter capacitors.
Any of these being shorted can cause the problem.


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