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Popping sound Picture is fine, popping sound increases or decreases with sound volume.

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Re: Popping sound

In our area this is commonly the cable boxes. Does it occur on DVD or other sources? If not:

Reboot your scientific atlanta cable box by unplugging it from the wall for a few seconds, then plug it in and wait about 5 minuites for the time to come on again before use.

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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Toshiba tv 2151tb how do i tune in stations

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Philips 27PS55S/121 sound level decreases

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If the popping sound is NOT coming through the speakers, you probably have high voltage arcing. Probably close to the high voltage (flyback) transformer. If this is the case then other parts could be damaged if allowed to continue. If the popping is coming through the speakers then you could have a problem any where in the signal circuits. Like a loose connection. You'd need to have it checked out to find the problem.

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