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Clicking noise in speakers

Only certain channels, there is a clicking or sparking noise in the speakers

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  • spamnada Dec 09, 2007

    I have the problem.. No sound just clicking... sounds lick a set of points in a care when they used to have them.



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Periodicaly I would have a clicking sound coming from my lcd about every ten- thirty seconds. I wondered why the sound go and return for weeks days or months at a time. well, the common denomenator was my offspring not using the remote to adjust the sound, so the cable box had one sound level and the tv was set at another level-- Hence the clicking. When we sequenized the volume, all clicking left for good.

hope this works for you!!!!

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