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Sound when watching two channels 23 and 43 on my cable the tv loses sound and hisses

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It's probably the audio amp Ic, which in that unit is a LA7612n...
Replace that and esr the caps locally and you should be good as new.. Otherwise the hissing will eventually be heard on all channels...
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Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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