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Tv will not work

Hello my tv will not turn on all i get is 10 what sounds like a bird tweating noise but the tv will not turn on this happens all the time is it a big job to do and how much should it cost to repair thank you..rob

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    thanks for your help ROB

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Hi there, sounds like a tweating bird noise when switch on means a defective FBT, horizontal section prob., it will cost you too much for the parts, better to think about it for the cost of new one.

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