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Proline LD 1702W T.V. Sound/Vision failure

Can you possibly help with the following fault on my ProlineLD1702W TV:
Sudden collapse of the picture and sound. Video and sound disappeared and returned for a few moments then has now gone completely. 12V power supply checked out o.k.. At present the only indications are the green 'on' light and a faint ticking or 'knocking ' from the speakers, other wise a completely black screen. Any help would be most appreciated. Mike.

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  • sjbaxter72 Sep 02, 2008

    I have a similar problem loss of picture first then no sound with the power supply light flickering and a ticking noise from it.

    I done a very technical thump of the transformer and the tv sprung back into life but only for a short while but i cant seem to find a suitable replacement transformer on the net...

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Dear Team, many thanks for your call back re my Proline flat screen T.V.. ** the fault is still existing however after speaking to a couple of whizz bangs I have been pointed in the direction of dry or broken solder joints particularly in the power supply section. This I will look at tomorrow....Here's hoping anyway.

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