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Crackling noises while tv is on

I bought the tv at Walmart about seven months ago and it has worked fine until now . One evening after work I turned it on and it immediately started this cracking and popping noises from the back of the tv. I thought it was something where is was heating up to play, but the noise kept right on. So I thought maybe it was just a one time thing, but that was a week ago and it is still happening.

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We had a TV that did that once and the TV repair man said it was a CRT leak which is flamable. So you may want to be careful with it.

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