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Power light on, but No picture and no sound and clicking sound from rear

TV was working fine and then picture becamre distorted. After about a minute I lost picture and sound. Power light is on and there is a clicking sound from rear. I think I also smelled something; possibly something burned out.

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  • patelm Nov 12, 2007

    I have exact same problem. How can I fix this problrm

  • Gary Wagar Nov 21, 2007

    Power light on but no picture or sound

  • Gary Wagar Nov 21, 2007

    Hitachi Projection HDTVPower light is on but there is no picture or sound and a clicking noise is heard from back of TV

  • stabncabin Dec 02, 2007

    Power light on but no pic or sound. hear clicking in back too.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    The guy i got the tv from said it was working fine then the sound and picture just stoped when he tried o turn it on today, he said it could be the power supply or something like that

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Prolly the power cap is blown.

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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