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TV Picture No Longer Comes On

When we turn on our Philips 27PT5633S 37A, the power light comes on, the TV clicks, but there is no picture. Before it completely stopped working, each time we turned on the TV, it would take longer and longer before the TV turned on, until it stopped coming on.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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    Same thing. Finally the clicking stops, but now the green indicator light does not turn on and the back of the TV chirps. What parts do I need to get and where could I find them?

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Sounds like one or multiple Reservoir Capacitors in the Power Supply were starting to dry up. You also get problems like this from dry joints in the Power Supply. You need a technician to take a look for certain.

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