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Click noise...now picture is barely visible

We were just watching TV through cable box Via HDMI and there was a click noise and the picture went away....now barely visible....any help?

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    i have the same exact problem w my 50pcdr by lg im waiting for someone from the warranty comp. to come over and it is a major headache

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A click means the power to the LCD has been shut off. Try resetting the TV, pull the AC plug, wait a minute then replug.

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