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Clicking and it wont turn on

When you turn on the tv it makes a clicking sound like it's going to turn on, but it does not. The clicking just continues until you turn it off.

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SOURCE: My Philips 50PFP5332D 50 in makes this clicking

its the capacitor inside the tv open it up and you should see atleast 1 capacitor which has bulged ( looks like glue coming out of it ) usually a 3000 ~ you can replace these yourself no problem for around 10p each but i do warn you there is a chance you could lose your built in freeview in doing so!

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SOURCE: My Philips 50PFP5332D 50 in makes this clicking

My Philips 50PFP5332D 50 in also makes this clicking sound . I found five pregnant capacitors they are bulged out, two of them also leaked out. I dont know the values of them and from where to get them to replace with higher voltage

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