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TV clicks-on but does not provide sound or picture television clicks on,power indicator light on but it sounds like a switch goes off,no picture no sound.

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Your relay is turning off most likelt due to on of the stanby voltages being out of parameters I would check the low voltage regulators and the horizontal output transistors.

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