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Crackle noise and hissing - panasonic

Hi, My 5-6 year old, appx 40" lcd TV began giving off a crackling noise, briefly (2-4 seconds) after being turned on. Noise is from left rear of set, not speakers. How (3 mo later) there is also a hissing sound coming from the same rear area. Also a faint ozone smell. tbm2ac082 Whats up!!!??? Fire hazard? Any suggestions would be welcome. Thanks. Bill

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Re: Crackle noise and hissing - panasonic

Solder all around the flyback area if this not resolve the problem replace the flyback

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