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Audio Sync Problem with Local HDTV Broadcasts

The audio synce is almost a full second off on all local HDTV broadcasts. I looked extensively through all menus and could not find any adjustments. I have also looked for any programming updates and could not find them also. Can anyone offer a direction to go for help?

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