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Audio glitch I'm having intermittent, high-pitched noise in my audio stream across all inputs. Anyone experience this with the 61md10?

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Have had same trouble every six months, or so.
Just turn it off and then unplug the power cord for about 10 minutes. That has fixed it for me every time.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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