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Sharp Aquos Sound problem

My new TV has functioned fine for about a month and now the sound has started to fade in and out every few seconds.

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    WHEN I TURN IT ON THE ENTIRE SCREEN FADES FROM SNOWY WHITE TO BLACK STARTING AT THE TOP UNTIL THE SCREEN HAS TOTALLY FADED TO BLACK. THE SOUND WORKS PERFECTLY.

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This unit should be under warranty. DO NOT open it up as that would void the warranty. I would try and see if there is a pattern to when the sound fades. This will be helpful to the service center. At the very least, log a service call stating that the problem is intermittant. Then if the problem goes away on its own, but re-appears after the warranty is over, you should still receive warranty coverage.
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