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Model wd52327, makes an repetitive grinding sound when turned on

Picture was dim, planning to replace light, then set began making the grinding sound (like real loud static) lasts about 1 second, off, then repeats. I plan to install a new light, but need to know if this is another problem. If so, is it worth fixing. The set was a gift, but I don't want to invest too much.

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Grinding sounds is the color wheel failing.

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