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Loud sound It doesn't matter how long the tv is on, it will make this aweful loud noise. It's either commercial or show, doesn't matter! My husband says it's mostly when there's white on the picture, but I don't think so! It's very annoying and loud. Can you help, please?!

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Try to reduce your volume, do you use a sound system thats why the sound is very loud?

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