Question about Sharp Televison & Video
The tv sounds like it might have a cold solder joint and the joint needs to warm up before the audio circuitry works. Depending on the age of the tv, it probably isn't worth fixing unless you have electronic expertise since it still works when you turn it on a second time. As long as it still works, I wouldn't worry about it for now. If you run the tv for a while and then turn it off for 5-10, I bet the audio works right away, if so, then it is just the problem I described and the easy solution is just to let it warm up. The click is probably that cold joint getting a connection.
Let me know how this works out for you.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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