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HDMI problem (32LB9D)

I have a 32 in LG with a Dish Network HD box via HDMI connection. The TV has worked great for the past year or so. Just recently the sound has been intermittent, but only after the TV has been on for several minutes. This intermittent sound eventually leads to no sound at all. I've switched out both the Dish Network box and the HDMI cable, separately...same result. I've also tried all three HDMI inputs on the TV...same result. Currently, I have an S-video and component audio out and it seems to be working fine. I'm assuming there is a problem either with my TV or the communication between the box and the TV when connected with an HDMI. Any opinions or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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