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I always turn off my TV during the night by pressing power button off. When I turn on the TV in the morning, stand by light is changing from red to green 5-6 times with clicking sound coming from speakers, after which TV turns on. That was happening only from time to time before, but now is happening every single time, and number of repetitions increase. Can you help me?

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Your TV has a problem with the internal power supply. It should be taken to a service center for repair.

Posted on May 05, 2008

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