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Vibrating sound when the volume is above level, system produces vibrating sound resulting in poor audio impct

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Its the problem of audio ic in your tv main board that has to be replaced.the number of audio ic is 668ij .this has to be replaced from the main board as this ic has turned weak and near to end of its life.replace it.

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