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

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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.

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