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The most common failure for this model is the deflection board assembly or commonly known as a Large Signal board. The unit is going into shutdown, mode because no high voltage. Unless you are strongly electronically inclined I suggest you try to replace the deflection board.
Brief an d to the source. A high voltage speed switch is bad and we will cross reference it with an NTE 2361. But this is only the start. You can crossreference all of the transistors. Q531,Q532,Q533 Q530 , Q5ADO [Horizontal output transistor] and Q5A02 Looks like Q502 on board [also i think this is also an horizontal output transistor. Then by all means change the following capsC541, C551, C531, C562, C534, C402, an d C933 . It will take some time to do this, be patient my friend. Your Mishis will return!
This denotes a possible problem with the Low or high voltage power supplies. The clicking you here might be the shutdown circuit acting because of excessive draw of current. The problem will most likely be associated with the HV power supply, but you will have to have a qualified TV technician check your TV to make sure.
This denotes a problem in the HV power supply and the shutdown circuit shutting down the Tv to prevent damage from a component that is drawing too much current. I would suggest that you have a repair person look at your TV and give you an estimate.