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that click is the power relay, but i have seen several diferent ways this can happen, is it clicking so fast it kinda resembles a buzz noise or do you just hear one loud click when you turn it on? email me email@example.com.
Shorted horizontial output transistor q14401 -I think- and bad flyback transformer(high voltage transformer).The noise is the power supply starting and shutting down very quickly because of the shorted transistor.Very common problem,but some of the flybacks are no longer available from RCA.Sometimes you can use generic but questionable life on some of these.
If I had a model # it would be helpful but my guess is the deflection circuit failed and a fuse opened in that circuit. Could be vertical or hoizontal circuit failure but either way you will need test equip. as well as solder/desolder equip. to repair it. If set is over 10-12 years old you may consider replacing set in this case Sorry I can't be more help.
If you are using a cable box try patching the audio from the box to your stereo system. If that does not apply to you, then getting the set fixed or replacement is in order. A colortrack 2000 is like 20+ years old. They don't make them like that anymore., Too bad.