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I get a popping sound on my tv when I change Chanel's


Check all of your audio and video connections to make sure they are seated(connected properly). After doing so,if you still have the popping sound try lowering the volume and see if the popping noise lessens or gets worse.If the noise goes away then you may have a problem with the speakers,either in the tv or in an external sound system if one is connected.

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Eldft406 tv is popping and no sound is coming out.


What is popping? Do you hear popping from the speakers or the back of the TV? You could have a serious issue on the power supply of the TV making this sound. Below is a link to the power supply for that TV.

http://www.tristatemodule.com/p-26991-lk-pi400112z-westinghouse-tv-module-power-supply-cqc04001011196-eldft406-cw40t2rw.aspx

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Look first to see if same issue when playing a DVD etc connected to a rear audio/video input.

It may be the audio circuit in the set---got a model number?

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It is the speakers on the tv fluxing sound is too loud. Change your bass settings or use a different sound system.

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Your tv is being attacked by electrical surges which seem very violent and has already damaged some logic controls. Please invest in a AC filter which will protect your tv from such spikes....... but first you need to get your tv serviced from the electrical damaged it has already suffered.

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The 23" CRT set may have a high voltage breakdown in the flyback transformer or focus divider. Take the back off and operate the set in a dark room. Look for anything that has a blue glow around it or sparks flying when the pop occurs. I won't guarantee this will find your problem, but it is definitive if you see these!

I once had a set with these symptoms. I stopped the blue glow and arcing by covering the focus divider with epoxy. It worked for a couple of months before the divider literally broke apart.

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It sounds like you are hearing arcing from the FBT. The FBT should be replaced before it causes something else to fail.

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Probable bad IHVT ( aka flyback transformer ) part # 257805
or Asti 2078...................................T.

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It needs a new FLY BACK transformer. That is what you are looking at. The origionals are not made for the set any longer but insist on having a generic on installed by a local TV shop. I just put one into a RCA 31" and it works nice. Don't throw away the TV. Get it fixed. MAKE SURE YOU INSIST THEY USE THE GENERIC ONE! THEY DO WORK!

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