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DVD sound crackly and Jumpy

When I play a DVD The picture is ok but the sound is rather crackly and jumpy although you can still understand the voice. I have tried different DVDs but still the same problem

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Your audio board in this unit has burning out. It is located under the back cover. remove the screws, look for a small board with the wires comming from your speakers. If you see a small 3inch board with smearing burn marks on it, its dying fast. Must e replaced. To confirm, remove the 4 screws and look on the back side. If burnt on back real bad. Tah-dah theres your problem. Google the boards numerical stamp id number, and look 4 replacement should work great from there.

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