Our 32" Sanyo TV works great but the commercials come on so LOUD that we have to turn it down everytime one comes on. It's irritating and I don't know if it's the station or the TV's fault because it happens on every channel.
I've had this irritating problem for a long long time. I have no audio level control on my TV. I did notch down the "treble" setting on the TV and this seems to work. In fact I now had to lower the regular volume setting on the TV from "10" to "8" also. Much quieter now and oh so pleasant. Hope it lasts!!
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I feel your pain. I understand there is legislation pending that will force the broadcasters to stop that ****. In case you have been misinformed that is NOT a problem with your tv. It's an issue with the broadcaster.
Thank you, everyone! I thought maybe I was losing my mind. I can hardly watch a lot of the TV shows anymore due to the inappropriate use of music -- either it's too loud or there's just too darned much of it. Come on, TV producers! You are supposed to get better with time, not worse! Thank goodness I'm not alone.
Sanyo Model AVM-1304 This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on. I can feel the mechanical vibration on the component. The Picture and sound are very good. The chassis is G6Y-13040. Any ideas?
This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on
replace relay as it is easily available or make it direct.