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Sound Problems I have my tv hooked up with my cable box only - no external speakers etc... The sound on the tv has stopped working with some channels but not all. Also, it sometimes goes out intermittently or there is a loud snap sound (like someone tapping on a microphone)that starts to happen. It is still under warranty but I would like to know what the problem might to to ensure the tech understands in case by chance it behaves properly when he comes out to take a look. Thanks!

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    hooked tv to cable box and sound stopped working on all channels

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This set has a int/ext switch on back..and audio ic inside

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