Well I do apologize Harry, but if the components on the motherboard itself are burnt out, it may require an entire motherboard replacement. However, apple doesn't readily supply motherboards for MacBooks so it may be best to take it to a specialist that may have an extra or finding one on the web from a VERY trusted seller.
My wife also has this problem with a Surface Laptop. The only solution that I have come up with is holding the power button until the device powers off (abt. 10 seconds) and then turning it back on. I'm not certain this is the cause, but my wife hardly ever "shuts down" windows. She just prefers to close the lid, which may cause the computer to do a variety of things. All of those settings are available in the power settings menu under "Change what happens when I close the lid..."
Deanna, it looks like you have a problem with your operating system. You may have to run a recovery copy of the operating system on a flash drive. Windows does have a "Windows Media Tool" that will help you get a copy of windows on the flash drive, but if you don't know what you're doing it may be best to find someone that does.
Any clicks that I am familiar with have to do with a dead battery. Check to make sure that the battery isn't being used for any lights or electronic equipment that would drain it when the car is not in use. I would also take the battery to a local auto parts store and get it tested to see if it still has a charge. However, if it's not the battery you may have to check the fuel ejection, maybe the engine isn't getting any gas.
It sounds like you may have an accessibility setting turned on that allows the deaf to recognize they have a notification. To fix: Just head to settings and click on accessibility. There is probably a list entitled "Hearing" which should contain the option to flash anytime there are notifications or calls. Turn this off to disable the feature.
Most operating systems always want your apps to have permission to access any data on your phone. In my specific phone and operating system (LG Stylo 3), to access the permission I just locate the apps list in settings, click on the menu button, select configure apps, and the first available setting is app permissions. There you can turn on any permissions that your contacts app may need to run properly. To avoid these problems in the future, it is wise to Allow services that apps request access to. As long as you trust the application at least.
It's hard to pinpoint the exact reason for this issue, but the problem may arise because of poor connectivity to the phone's "motherboard" or chip, from pressure on a portion of the LCD that was created during reassembly, or simply environmental factors like heat or cold air. I would recommend reassembling the device. If the condition continues it may be safe to look for a replacement LCD.
Assuming there's not a problem with the on switch itself (I would check that first), It's possible the bulb has simply burnt out. I have never personally replaced a panel bulb myself but ChrisFix on youtube does a wonderful and easy guide to replacing them. Here is a link to a video you might find helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRMSvFO7... If you're referring to the center console, the process may be a bit different.
Lots of times static can be produced from headphones when there is a poor connection. Check to make sure that your cord isn't damaged and is plugged in all the way. Or in the case or wireless headphones, that you're close to your source. Also make sure that you don't have issues with the microphone if there is one attached.