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Constant humming/buzzing noise

Have a beautiful clear picture but the set emitting a constant humming/buzzing noise on every channel gets louder as set warms up.Set is only 15 months old and out of 12 month warratny.Please help

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I purchased a poloroid tv 3732 in may of 2005 from circuit city, after about 14 months the set began making a clacking sound and humming sound that gets so loud it is unbareable. I have to turn the set off. I have found out I am not the only one with this problem that has a poloroid tv. I had a technician at my home that told me there is a service warranty on these sets because the wrong part was used and the part needs to be replaced.

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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