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Jeanette Anderson Posted on Jul 15, 2007
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Ticking? When I plug the tv into the outlet it makes a ticking sound and will not turn on?

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If It's the L01.1 chassis first desolder one end of L5561. If the ticking stops i means that the problem is not in 'MAIN SUPPLY' load. Change Q7460. You should also change C2455 because Q7460 will blow soon after if you dont.

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When this happens it is invariably the SMPSU, (Switched Mode Power Supply Unit), Generally the "Chopper" transistor has faulted. o you could either simply buy a complete PSU OR fix, replace, the faulty part. Then ya should be good to go.

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Hi. My Kenwei door cam video monitor is making a ticking sound. How do I reset

To reset your Kenwei door cam video monitor, follow these steps:
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  2. Wait for a few seconds: Wait for at least 10-15 seconds to ensure that the device has completely shut down.
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