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Humming noise from tv. Use to go away once tv warm up, now it doesn't. I have tried connecting the DVD audio wires to tv and the noise still presist. What should I do to get it repaired and what part. Polaroid FLM-3732

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Try to check the capacitor you can trace the wire of the speaker going to the main board.

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