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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.
The ticking sound is almost always caused by the Flyback and Hot transistor. It could be other items also located on the deflection board but flyback is most likliest. You can get a replacement flyback and Hot tarnsistor from www.tvrepairworld.com
If you mean the cable connector is broken off, then yes, that can be replaced. A company called MCM Electronics sells replacement connectors, but the repair requires soldering skills. Incorrectly done, the repair attempt can create even more problems. I suspect your satellite receiver has A/V outputs like the DVD player. Why not connect the receiver the same way as the DVD player and forget about the cable connection? You'll get improved picture and sound that way. If the set has only a single set of A/V inputs, you can cheat and use "Y-adapters" available at Radio Shack to connect the two sources to the same jacks, or you can get an A/V switch to do it.
It needs a new FLY BACK transformer. That is what you are looking at. The origionals are not made for the set any longer but insist on having a generic on installed by a local TV shop. I just put one into a RCA 31" and it works nice. Don't throw away the TV. Get it fixed. MAKE SURE YOU INSIST THEY USE THE GENERIC ONE! THEY DO WORK!