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Television is making clicking noise after repalceing lamp

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You need to leave a lot more information than that.What is the background of replacing the lamp? Where is the clicking noise coming from? Is the lamp light flashing, etc.? My current best guess is that your ballast may be bad, but more info is always helpful in diagnosing a problem. Good luck.

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