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Sound on my Logik TV

I have a problem with my Logik TV. The sound has a mind of it's own and I cannot control it. It increases and decreases in volume and reaches the max volume and then again the minimum in a matter of seconds. It is also flickering the menu screens at various intervals.

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Change the memory of you tv..it is an IC with 8 pins near the front panel.if not working, change all the button switch

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