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Speakers Crackling Sony DavBc 150,  We hooked it up to a new tv and the speakers started to crackle.  We did a cold reset and they stopped for a few days.  It started again and did a cold reset again and it didnt do anything to make it stop.  However, the cold reset did do away with the problem I was having with the door not wanting to open.  We have had it 3 yrs but havent used it much until recently.

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  • nfnf Feb 17, 2008

    Same problem on my system. Appears to be overheating related. When system has been off for awhile problem goes away.

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    speakers crack when the system is on

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Having same problem with mine crackling took it to a authorized sony repair shop and he told me it was over $260 just for the part not including labour. Going up tomorrow to pick it up not getting it fixed. I will try to get him to give me the info on the part and let you know.

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  • figstimpy Jan 24, 2008

    probably best solution is file under G

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