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Sound problem I get a cricket sound coming from the tv even when the sound is muted

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Maybe you do have a cricket behind your TV? Gee......i don't know how to help you,cause i don't know the rest of your components and how they are connected?
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http://www.onkyousa.com/images/hookup/TX-SR803/detail_tapedeck.jpg

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