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Sound goes out after a while

When the TV first comes on the sound is clear and great. we usually have it set at about 10. But after at least an hour or longer the sound starts to become distorted and crackly. We have to turn it up to about 15-20 to understand anything on the TV. then within an hour of that the sound is completely gone. Only way to have sound is turn tv off and wait. I usually just go to bed and sound is fine by the next morning.

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    Daniel Baker Nov 11, 2008

    I used my DVD player on a component connection and watched an entire DVD with no sound issues. Does the amplifier only work on the cable connection or all connections?

    also is the amplifier easily serviceable/replaceable?


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I just lucked out. The cable box I was using just lost all sound. It was tested on two other TV's to confirm that it was the box and not TV. Got a new box from cable company and sound is back. Thanks for all the help.

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Your amplifier is going ouot

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  • Ronnie Houston Nov 11, 2008

    its replacable and shouldnt cost too much to do it or you may want to run the tv through a vcr to keep the cound.its cheaper to hook up and vcr through the rgb cables than to replace the amp

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