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Electrical shock on audio video jack

On starting the TV,recently i found electrical power on the audio and video jack at the rear side of the TV. Hence when i connect my separate audio system with the above audio and video jack of the TV the audio system becomes electrified and i found electrical shock on the metal body of the audio system. Kindly help.

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  • sentapaskuma May 31, 2009

    It is not the question how to protect from the electrical shock .The point is why the rear A/V jacks are getting elec.power which transfers to the separate audio system

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There is a current if you dont use is sleeper or shoes and if your hand is weat of water. its normal. be sure that your TV is not fix eversince.

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