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Buzzing sound on tv

Was trying to hook up uverse to dvd player recorder. Had a hassle with the cables. Now buzzing stays on if any extra display is on tv. Like bottom of screen displays during news. Can you tell I'm bad at this.

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I have had this problem since about superbowl time. If I powered the set off, waited 15-20 seconds, and then powered on, it would work again for a while. Repeating this drill a number of times would lead to stable operation. We resorted to a course of turning on some XM music from DirecTV when we weren't watching. I tried a technician knowledgeable on this set, and it would have cost $500-800 to repair the set. We learned from different forums that the likely culprit was either the power supply board or the LCD controller. We also picked up the rumor that Westinghouse had quit making replacement part. It would seem that the management of this organization has a death wish. TO THE CHASE: shopjimmy.com is now selling parts from canibalized sets. They have a non-DOA warranty and a good return policy. A power supply from "Jimmy" solved my problem. I have one important hint: To remove the back, take out the obvious screws and the base. Then remove the ~5/8" rods that protrude from the bottom. There is a screw up inside each rod.

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the volume of dvd depend upon the type of dvd used as well as the volume of both ur tv and dvd player should be high

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SOURCE: dvd player does not play only got rabbit ears hook up to tv

Most likely not enough signal for the tuner in the set--it should still play DVD's though.

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