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I have a Sharp LCD 32 inch LCD tv LC32SB24U tv that I am having a problem getting to turn on. The green light will come on showing it is on, but it will start clicking like it is trying to turn on. Eventually the picture comes on, but it can be as long as 10 minutes. Something is not right with the tv. Is anyone else having this problem?

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Your power supply is getting weak...the clicking is an indication that its going bad

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