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Sound cuts out frequently for a few seconds

Sound cuts out intermittantly for a second or two frequently. Very annoying. Is this an issue that can be solved without taking the tv back? Model nuber: TC-42PX14 Thanks, Cliff Unfried

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Its possible this could be resolve without taking the tv back. Make sure it's not the source. IE cable box, xbox or ps3 etc. Try swapping out wires. If all else fails, then one board should be the culprit. I believe (If my memory serves me correctly) the name of the board in the A-board. The input board. If its under warranty, then you may want to call for service.

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