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We just bought a new 52 inch Sharp LCD and the right speaker is muffled. Is this common? How do I fix it? Should I just take it back?

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If the set is new, don't waste your time trying to diagnose the problem. The sound should not be muffled. It can be as simple as a piece of sealing foam that has moved during shipping, but return the set for warranty exchange. It should not have failed this soon (or at all!).

Dan

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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