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Sound problem on my sansui tv, the speakers work but make strong noise of buzz constantly. Have you a solution to help me ?

I use this TV in my RV fifth wheel as second tv in my bed room.

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The transformer is resonating. Get it replaced, Don't do it yourself.

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It sound like you may have sound processor problem which is part of the main board, I would also look at the 12vdc from power supply to make sure it is clean DC.
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It ur Vizio tv,The power supply board is the problems.The transformers in the power supply board have gaps in the transformers.The high voltage curents flow that make that buzzing noise.

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Initially, if you have confirmed that the source of the buzzing sound is from inside the TV, then that would indicate a component about to fail or would need attention. Let us try process of elimination:
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