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That definitely is not good,not real bad but not normal.Definitely utilize your warranty and have it looked at now,rather than later.If it is cold where you are and it happens when someone gets near it,that is somewhat normal because of the dry air in winter,if you're in North Hemisphere.Either way,definitely have it looked at.I have a 42 LG and have had nothing like that.It is about 9 months old.Good luck,Greg
Is the TV connected via HDMI to a cable box? If so then if you have a cable box made by Scientific Atlanta you have to go into the settings and look the Digital Audio out settings. If it is set for Dolby Digital the HDMI will have no audio. You will need to put it in the HDMI mode to fix that issue.
your laptop screen has to be set to 1024 x 768 60 hz refresh. this is the settings I have on all my hi def screens just right click on the windows desktop / properties/ settings /advanced/ monitor set to 60 hz hit ok to accept hit ok to get back to display settings and set to 1024x768 now try it.