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Toshiba 37av502u hum noise

I bought this tv after viewing my friends new purchase he and his wifes is very quite..i bought one and when i powered it up i have an anoying humm noise from the interior of the set..disruptes the audio sound quality..any fix for this or what is the problem

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I have the same problem. I have been fighting with Toshiba Canada since March to repair it, replace it or refund my money. In June, they acknowledged that is an issue but will not do anything about it.
Here is the post http://web1.toshiba.ca/support//ceg/techsupport/tsbs/viewtsb.asp?docid=TSB000078
I am sending them a letter asking for something to be done and failing that I will be taking legal action against them.

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It sounds like you have a quiet cooling fan problem. Those particular types of tvs are notorious for that kind of a problem after a couple of years. You can take the back cover off and remove the fan. Pretty straightforward and go to an electronics supply house and ge a matching one. That is your best bet of fixing the problem for yourself. God bless you.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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