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Turn TV on. you can hear something in the tv making a spinning sound-- kind of like when you put a dvd into a dvd player. Picture is fine, just the sound.

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  • mikecindyo Sep 06, 2008

    There doesn't appear to be an issue with noise feedback. The spinning sound is coming from inside the tv. My concern is that the tv is going bad after 4 years.

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Can you please provide us the model number and brand of this television so we can help you better with your problem...

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Check all the wire audio/video connections on your tv...

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Please mention model number and brand of your tv to sort out sound problem.

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Double check your connections and cables, try another device in the same tv inputs to see if the problem is the tv or the dvd player, if another device works fine on the same input the problem would seem to be in the dvd player.

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The sond you hear is the safety switch that keep turning tv off because a fault is detected.

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    Ginko Sep 06, 2008

    Whenever the TV control chip detects a fault, like a short, an overvoltage or a faulty component, a safety switch will prevent the TV from turning on.
    In this situation you get the TV in standby, not turning on, led on sometimes flashig, and a typical clicking noise (the switch).
    Try first unplugging power cable for one hour or little more. This will drain power from TV circuits, resetting sensors and settings.
    If this does not work , the TV need to be taken apart, and a technician must test the parts inside to find the fault.
    You can get repair service using the phone number listed in the user manual.


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    Ginko Sep 06, 2008

    If picture is fine the noise can also be crackling noise due to a faulty speaker, or a contact in the audio wires.

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    Ginko Sep 06, 2008

    The spinning noise can be the safety switch trying to engage, but in this case usually the TV does not last more than few hours , then it goes off.

    More likely it is a noise from the power supply, that is the only other part that can make clicking noise, since your TV does not have fan.

    Try wacking gently the TV on the sides and see if this affects the noise.


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