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62hm84 problem I got in the back and looked at the fan, it is running but it seems to surge and makes a nosie when it cuts off and on, is this still the power supply if so where is that?

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  • dannyj526 Jul 30, 2008

    The fan is not cutting off but there is a noise coming from somewhere in the back of the tv.

  • dannyj526 Jul 30, 2008

    The sound is more of a reving sound as the tv tries to cut on.



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Yes. now you said the exact point.

if the fan keeps running and a sound comes and shuts the fan off.

this is the relay in the power board. and this relay trips down the supply.

check for the short circuits in power board and main board sir

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Jul 30, 2008

    does it sound like TICK TICK or what?? can you just describe a\me about that?



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