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TV EMITTING A BUZZ NOISE

My Tv is emitting a buzzy noise, it wont power on, it would just keep repeating the noise, please advise.

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  • tracey33 May 08, 2008

    i have a 42" samsung it works fine but there is a buzzing noise, how do we repair it if this is the problem?

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You have a cracked Plasma panel. If u remove the back cover of TV and look in the top left of the plasma panel u will see a small round cylinder tube with glass tip inside. Look with a flashlight and u might see the crack. OH the buzzing noise is from the current going through the panel just not ignition the gases inside the panel to light the phospher cells. Hope this helps.

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