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Audio static My television emits a very loud staticy sound when there is more white color showing. What I mean is, when watching a movie and the scene has a lot of brightness or white color, then I get a very bad constant static sound. The same thing will happen when playing a video game with this same televison. For example, while playing Call of Duty, if I turn toward the sky where it is brighter, then I get a very annoying static like sound coming out of the speaker of the television. If I turn and face a dark wall the sound stops. This is very annoying. Please help!

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Hi: An alignment of the video if and or the audio circuits may be necessary in a repair shop.

How old is this set?

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Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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