Re: noise on speaker directly connected to samsung...
On the sound pcb attached to main pcb in the seperate box are two 1uf, 50 volt surface mounted elec caps. These go leaky, and sometimes take the chip with them. You will need the right gear to do this job. £12 .00 for parts including chip.
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The fuse might be built into the cable to the lighterand/or radio. It's called "fusable link", this type of fuse looks like a cable. Or another type of fusable link might be in the fuse box under the hood near the firewall.
You have a bad audio output IC in the main board, you have a couple options as long as you don't use the sound from the TV...one is order a new main but if it was me I would take the back off and follow the wires that go to the speakers and unhook that plug.
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hi!! we have read your problem..every problem has a
solution.since you havent used your speakers for a long time disconnect it and clean it with a cleaning solution.make sure the electrical contact(connection) is tight enough since loose connections will cause such sounds.hope your problem is tackled..have a nice day
I would have you oil pressure checked. The oil pump or bearings could be going out. The lifter noise on this car usually will go away faster then 5 minutes. I think the noise is lasting a little to long.
Got the same problem with my second TX-S3082WH Slimfit...the first had the same problem...it was deemed unrepairable and I was advised to return it to Circuit City...now a year and five months later Samsung support has been less than helpful as I am 5 months out of warranty...don't know what I'm going to do...any advice would be appreciated