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Hi. i have an older GE tv hooked to a digital cable box through which the speakers suddenly started hissing. i cannot hear anything but the hissing and tried playing w/ different audio settings to no avail. any ideas? thank you!

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  • cleos mom Sep 12, 2009

    i can't tell you if it was helpful or not. i was given one specific answer and have asked another question of the expert....

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