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Buzzing in TV is from part sdt sh 112dm. will changing the part quiet the buzz?

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C622 is the real problem. It is a 470 uf capacitor filtering the power to the blue relay. Radio Shack sells it for $1.29 part number 272-1030. make sure you observe polarity when you replace it. In other words, the side marked minus goes on the negative side. Check the markings on the old capacitor and replace it the same way with new one. The new capacitor has a higher voltage rating which is even better.

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