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Horrible Static on both headphones and van speakers when playing

We have a D1020 unit and had no problems originally. The first problem started to occur when my girls would move from directly in front of the unit - their headphones would go dead. We went to just broadcasting the sound over the van's speaker system and this was okay for a while but now there is HORRIBLE static. The static remains even when I switch to a different channel. Could you suggest a solution - I would really appreciate it.

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  • gburgard Jan 08, 2009

    Thank you petraman7 - I will give this a try.

  • gburgard Jun 17, 2009

    Thank you for your response, I haven't taken it in for repair yet...I am not sure it will be worth the expense of repair.

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Hi...

The most probable cause it broken solder connections on the headphone/ext speaker jacks.
If you know someone who can solder fine detail parts...have them try.
I dont know what a TV shop would charge but it DOES need fixing

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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