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Sound problem... Sound goes out for 3-4 days (sometimes more) and all we hear is the static noise. Suddenly the sound returns. We have a tuner and additional speakers that the TV and satellite and connected through but I am getting a new TV for the living room so this one will be going to the bedroom and I want to fix this audio problem before I move it since it will be without the tuner and speakers in there. This has been going on since the TV was about a year old. Any ideas?

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I spoke with a local repair person about the problem. He told me this has been an issue with this model since day one. He told me to unplug the TV for 15 minutes and then plug it back in. It should work fine... It did! He said this should work every time and replacing the part doesn't solve the problem.

I hope this helps someone else!

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