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A Samsung television CW-29MO66V makes clicking noises flashes on-off and does not turn on.

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SOURCE: tv will not turn on, makes clicking noise as the green light blin

clicking = power supply not coming up
bad power supply, or bad (shorted) part causing power supply to not come up
with a volt meter we can troubleshoot

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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I may have the fix.... Fixed two of my 50 inch plasmas that stopped turning on 1 year after I bought them. They both wouldn't turn on.... LOL Just gave me the black screen of death and a red blinking LED when I tried to turn on. I have pics and step by step instructions. Your time and under 40 bucks is what you'll need. I fixed both my sets for 80 cents. You can fix yours too.... I too got the it would be better to replace it than to have it fixed lie told to me too. I held out to the bitter end. Glad I did....

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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It a common issue mainly with the R71 models. Faulty power supply, can be caused by some blown caps on the chopper supplying the mains board voltage rail.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: My Samsung txn3245fpnxxaa television only clicks when powered.

seem like a power supply problem.
to my experience this kind of problem worth the fix.
Depend if you have a good repair guy, ;)

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Samsung LNT4061FX makes clicking noise before coming on.

Replace capacitors in power supply you will see that they are bulged on top

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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My samsung tv is making clicking noises and won't turn on


Clicking noises may mean a power supply voltage is not staying correct or that board is bad---a suggestion: visit shopjimmy.com who has by model number a list of all the boards used in almost every Samsung Flat screen set made.

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Would a DMD board make a loud humming noise if it went out?


No, it will be the Color Wheel PN# BP96-00674A
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The television has no picture and no sound and everything is connected. What could it be?


Good Day..

Let's see...

do you have your TV connected to a power supply?
How long have you had you TV?
Have you ever change the lamp?
does it make any strange sounds?

you give me little information!

lets see..

if it's just doesn't start is the LAMP!

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if it make a click sound on the back or like strange noises then is the color wheel!

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and about the sound. may be the analog board that is the one that controls the sound or maybe try to clean your TV whit compress air

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Clicking noises before TV turns on.


The clicking noise is coming from the power supply relay. Is makes this sound when the TV is usually turned on or off but has become faulty. It will only get worse over time usually until the TV will no longer turn on anymore. You need to replace the power supply in order to fix the TV.

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Samsung HLP4663WX/XAA picture went out, started making strange noise, all lights on power button came on.


Sounds likea bad color wheel to me, or possibly a lamp has blown. If the noise is a humming sound--it is the CW--if you hear a "sound like a sizzle, for a few seconds and then normal, and this repeats a few times--the lamp has blown.

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Samsung LNT4061FX makes clicking noise before coming on.


Replace capacitors in power supply you will see that they are bulged on top

Sep 13, 2009 | Televison & Video

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42 inch plasma wont turn on


I may have the fix.... Fixed two of my 50 inch plasmas that stopped turning on 1 year after I bought them. They both wouldn't turn on.... LOL Just gave me the black screen of death and a red blinking LED when I tried to turn on. I have pics and step by step instructions. Your time and under 40 bucks is what you'll need. I fixed both my sets for 80 cents. You can fix yours too.... I too got the it would be better to replace it than to have it fixed lie told to me too. I held out to the bitter end. Glad I did....

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