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Projection Tv picture problem

I have a Hitachi Model 50ES1K projection tv. The picture would bounce up and down and eventully would stop but would randomly start again. Now I try to turn the tv on and i hear a click but no picture or sound comes on and the red light is not on. Is this a lost cause or can it be fixed.

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