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Buzzing noise Once turned on, the set makes a quite (but irritating) buzzing noise. My TV is only two weeks old so I can just return it to my dealer but would like to avoid the inconvenience of doing this if there's a simple solution. Any suggestions guys?

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This might not work for you, but Syntax LCD tvs have a similar problem straight out of the box. To fix it, I had to turn the backlight brightness to full brightness, at which point, the buzzing went away. You might give that a try!

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