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Sound is just static

Recently acquired TV. Working fine for 2 weeks then static instead of sound while daughter was watching movie. I had video component jack connected at input one, and output component connected to onkyo amp. I tried fiddling with various software configurations in audio menu without success. I switched the internal speakers back on and also had static. I am wondering if I burnt something out as there is a warning to that effect on the back of TV. If so what is better wiring configuration to avoid repeat of this situation.

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Don't understand why, perhaps rca contracted microsoft for their programming, but when I unplugged the TV and it rebooted, everything is fine. I still am concerned about the warning on the back.

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