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My lcd 40in will not go on,all you hear is a clicking sound

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It does not go on at all, not lights, nothing?

If the above condition is true then the power relay is not fully closing which mean 1 of 2 things, either the relay is defective or the control voltage to the relay is low.

If it is just the sound that is missing, then the same condition exists for the output relays.

I haven't looked at the schematics but this either neds to be checked at a shop or if you technically skilled and have the proper equipment (this requires a ohm/volt meter at the least) you could attempt a repair yourself. If you are able, I could talk you through this as relays are sometimes are in sockets..

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Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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