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ticking you hear is the timer motor,drive motor is most likley geeting too hot.check vent ,dryer pushed back too far?hose kinked ?stopped up?too long?vent should be short,straight and of hard pipe.clean vent twice a year,heating element will love you.you will not love to replace it.
Something likely in the power supply, if taken apart someone should be able to hear where it is coming from.....Some regular sets will at the high voltage cup on the tube build a static level that will slowly discharge and this may mean a issue there.
There is some shorted component/s in the circuit board. The short circuit protection circuit detects this short, and shuts down your TV again and again. That is why you hear these 'tick' sounds repeatedly. Contact any experienced service technician to get your TV repaired. The work is skilled one, which need sound knowledge in electronics, and work experience.