Question about Cameras
You don't say what kind of TV it is. The most likely answer is that you have some faulty capacitors; if you're handy with a soldering iron you might even be able to fix it yourself. Find the type number of your TV, and search on YouTube for your type, and "clicking" and "replace capacitors" and you should find some videos from people who have had the same problem as you.
To give you a foretaste, the basic principle is that you take the back off, and check Wikipedia for an example of what bulging capacitors look like (there's one under "capacitor plague" although technically that's not what you have), and then scan your tv's boards for any matching that problem. Note down the capacity, voltage and temperature, and get new ones. Simply replace them on the board and you should be good to go.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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