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LG 47" LCD TV - 47LC7DF Clicking Noise

My TV has a clicking noise when I first turn it on but after about a minute the clicking stops. I also am having problems with the sound. I have an HDMI cable from the cable box to the TV and then two RCA plugs from the Audio Out on the TV to my Samsung home theater system. Sometimes the sound just goes away. I tried connecting two RCA plugs from the cable box directly to the home theater system and the sound works fine.


My LG also clicks when I turn it on and or off, this thing is only 4 days old. Do I need to take it back or what?

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The old saying is that any issues will likely show up in the 1st 3 days if you run it for 72 hrs. if it dosent fail then it will last.
other than going to the show room and seeing if their unit does the same.
they will likely want to send a service guy to check it out and decide for himself.

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