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Speakers are clicking all the time

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  • ssayles2 Jan 20, 2009

    I recently moved to a new location and suddenly my Protron 32 inch LCD started to have loud static (or clicking) sounds. It only occurs when I first turn on the set for the HD channels but the loud static noises remain for anything outside of those channels. I really do not want to purchase a new TV. What is the cause and how do you fix it? What do you mean "a new power source?" I have cable, a surge protector and a plug--what's to change?



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