Question about Daewoo DTQ-27S3FC 27" TV
The easiest thing to try is placing a different speaker in the set and let it play for as long as it takes the other to give you a bad sound,the speaker in the set has to be totally disconected and the wires attached to the speaker you are trying.The speaker has an OHm value ussually 8 ohms,use one that has the same rating,just to try this is does not have to be one that fits like the other in the cabinet,once you discover if is the speaker giving you problems you can order the exact replacement from the factory.Be careful when removing the back cover and make sure the set is unplug from the wall.
Posted on Oct 12, 2006
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