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Speaker Noise when volume turned down LTN226W Samsung

The speakers on my Samsung LTN226W are emitting sound as if I was not on a channel (ghost noise). This is occuring when I have the volume turned all the way down.The "ghost noise" is also quite loud. I am using an external stereo for sound and have this set up for a long time without issue. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • performax Nov 09, 2008

    Can I open up the unit and disconnect the speakers? I've never actually used them. Also when I look at the back of the TV I only see one screw at the bottom of the unit.

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This is due to leakages in your internal circuit... this generally happens due to aging... the part which has suffered damage has to be found and replaced... but this part can be identified only physically testing the voltages and currents on the internal circuit...

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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    Anand Srinivasan Nov 09, 2008

    hey opening it up and disconnecting them is fine... do it only if u have done it in the past else it might prove a bad idea... generally there would be some glueing and stuff when it comes to speaker so i fear there would be more than the screw you are seeing...

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