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Won't turn on

When i press the power button i only hear a few clicking noises and thats it,...then a few seconds pass and i press it again and it does the same thing, no picture no sound nothing

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The clicking you here is the mosfet trying to turn on power on the the oscillator then power to the tranformer. The thing with red wire come from the top to a anode splitter. The question is where the power stops. You know it is going to the mosefets but is the trasformer powering the tubs. Email me for anymore questions [email protected]

Posted on Jun 26, 2007

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