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Speaker is distorted on sanyo tv dp42840. What can be done?

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The first thing I would check would be the electrolytic capacitors on the power supply board. If any of them are swollen or domed on top rather than flat, they will need to be replaced and that will fix your problem. I fix about 75% of them at the shop by replacing caps on power supply. A tech will probably charge around $100 if it is bad caps. It is a fairly easy job.

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Being a new set it is important that you should have tested the model to your liking in the showroom. However some of these models have poor sound as the sound is normally fed into the home audio system. So if you have any audio system connect the audio outputs to the auxiliary and you will be able to get better sound.
Other wise you need to check back at the showroom if the same model sound as same as yours. Otherwise exchange the set under warranty.

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If screen (display panel is bad, cracked or damaged in any way the cost of the part will exceed the cost of this set when new or even the cost of a new set to replace it.

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You can find out by trying this. Or you could look up replacement LCDs for both and see if they are the same code.

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What else should I check on my Sanyo DP42840?


This could be the tuner overheating and sending a signal from the tuner board CPU to the power board to instruct the tuner to turn off. Check that there is adequate ventilation in the TV. Try testing with a fan to see if that changes the behaviour of the loop that you get.

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You need to specify the TV model and chassis to get meaningful and useful help.

Also you can check this:

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2012/07/sanyo-dp47460-dp42840-dp46819-and.html

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Too little details here - need model, chassis, more specific behavior details.

This may help:
http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2012/07/sanyo-dp47460-dp42840-dp46819-and.html
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Specifying the model - and in case of Sanyo TVs the chasis - is critical for faster and proper diagnostics of such problems.

Here are a few points of reference, neither of which covers nearly completely the very wide Sanyo TVs line:

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2012/07/sanyo-dp47460-dp42840-dp46819-and.html

http://www.coppelltvrepair.com/productag/19/sanyo


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