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The tv just suddenly stopped projecting video and sound. Now can't get tv to come on. When I unplug it from the wall and plug it back in the green light at the bottom is on and when I hit the power button it makes a click sound like it's going to turn on but nothing happens no sound, no picture.

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1.You have a power supply issue on the main board of the TV.
Your TV will need service.
2.the inline protection fuse or the rectifier circuit has malfunctioned ( weak or bad) component and need replacement parts.
3. the clicking sound is the start up circuit but the voltage signal sent to the next circuit is not received therefore the system in not activated.

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