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Rhythmic clicking sound when the monitor is on

I have a very fast rhythmic click coming from the speakers when the monitor is on PC or TV mode. Muting the speaker does not silence it.

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I just recently posted about this and you might have the same issue with the TDA7268 Audio Amp chip used in the 150MP that I am and currently trying to resolve.


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I found the problem.

I've written up a small article on my website detailing the fix but in summary here:

Electrolytic Capacitors C826 and C835 go bad because of the heat stress applied by the audio amplifier right below them. Replacing those capacitors fixed my 150MP.

For more information see:

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