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Low audio output all of a sudden

Was working just fine. Now low audio even with it turned up all the way.
I connected pc speakers to the audio out rca jacks and that works.
All inputs have low audio output.
There also  seems to be slight  "moire"  swirl lines on the screen now too.

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I had a similar problem and opened the box and blew out a ton of dust. Still don't know what the problem was, but the sound came back.

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