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Audio fades then stops after a few minutes of power

New tv worked fine for about 6 months, then began experiencing audio problems. First some crackling, then (after power on a longer time), complete audio shut down. Initially troubleshooted by turning off tv for a short period of time, then turning it back on. But problem became more and more frequent to the point of not having audio at all.

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I had this problem on a sharp flatscreen lcd. the audio output i.c. was a surface mount chip-had to change complete signal board assembly,

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