Just recently I have had this problem. Tv got unplugged. Went to plug it back in, no power, i just hear a clicking noise from the right side bottom if you were to be watching it from front. I have never had anything go wrong with this tv. I really love this monster. Can you help me solve this issue.
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How much lld are you? How many Plasma sets did you repaired so far? Do you think repairing a plasma TV will be very like eating a ripe banana?
Contact any well experienced service technician; man.
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usually clicking is bad capacitors or it could be a short on your power supply. Try unplugging power, wait 2 minutes, plug back in. If it still clicks, you can look inside for bad caps.. = http://www.fixya.com/support/r5000889-repairing_tv_just_clicks_over_over Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
hello..i think you have very big problems inside on you're TV you need a Electronics Technician to see inside the real problem.my tips is located in Power Supply Regulator..Can i know what kind TV Model???thanks
Most likly the Horizontal output transistor has shorted out because of
cold solder connections on the flyback transformer, and or a bad
capacitor in the sweep power supply and or, a bad flyback transformer.
If the set Did not blow the fuse, then mopst likly you will have
a problem in the main power supply where several parts in a kit form
has and should be replaced all together.
This denotes a possible problem with the Low or high voltage power supplies. The clicking you here might be the shutdown circuit acting because of excessive draw of current. The problem will most likely be associated with the HV power supply, but you will have to have a qualified TV technician check your TV to make sure.
I have the same problem-still troubleshooting...so far still not find the cause. DM1 power supply output voltages are operates correctly. Signal output of microprocessor up and down (no good) that turn on Q14105 and latch optical isolator U14102 to power the unit but both of ohmed out ok. it hard to troubleshoot the main board with power on.