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Popping sounds from tv

While looking at the tv it makes a popping sound through the speakers. I checked all of the cable and audio connections

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Re: popping sounds from tv

You are getting a spike through the audio circuit for some reason.. Does the screen stay 100% Normal when it happens? And is it a steady timed thing or intermittent?

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