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Hi there, I have a middle aged daewoo tv and the

Hi there I have a middle aged daewoo tv and the sound keeps dropping in and out. I suspect the scart sockets are at fault as when these are touched the problem is affected. Any easy fix?

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HI

I one had a Daewoo Tv that did pretty much the same thing and it was caused by dry joints on the scart socket pins which are soldered to the board. It's possible the pins that hold the scart plug connectors may be slack, these can be tightened very gently by pushing them together with fine screwdrivers (not too much pressure).

That's all you can do!

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