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Chirping noise My tv was working fine and then I turned it off. My husband came home from work,(about an hour later) turned on the tv, and there was no sound, no picture, just a chirping noise coming from inside. We tried a hard reset,(unplugging for 4 hours) that didn't work. Then we left it unplugged overnight, tried turning it on the next morning and just got the same thing..Any clue what could've happened and maybe an estimate of the repair cost??Or can we fix it ourself? The tv is approx. 5 years old. Thanks for any info!

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Sounds like something may be shorted out inside keeping the power supply loaded enough it wont start, dont recommend trying to fix unless you know EXACTLY what you are doing, there are some high voltages inside, I wold Call a TV tech out to repair, Just FYI, these sets from Phillips/MAG usually have CRT fluid getting cloudy causing discoloration/fog to pix around this age and older, between both repairs, some sets start around $1000, just an idea.

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