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Audio: Occasional high pitched sound

Very high freq sound comes from TV. Not through speakers, volume adjustment makes no difference. Not there all the time.
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Re: Audio: Occasional high pitched sound

TV's have a number of devices called coil (coils of wire) that can make noises like that if they get overloaded. Apparently, you have a bad solder connection somewhere causing this condition in one of the circuits. Perhaps a tech can open the set up while running and listen to discover which component is 'singing' and resolder the associated circuitry. I'm guessing the set is over ten years old to be having this kind of problem in which case it isn't worth a lot of effort to solve.
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