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I just bought a sony bravia led kdl46nx800 tv. love the picture, but the thing makes a hoorible crackling noise after the set warms up for about 15minutes. the noise persists intermittantly long after set is on. any ideas? I called sony support and they said that i needed an update for the tv. So I downloaded the new update that they said would fix it. I installed update on set, but problem is still there.

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This problems are not tv firmware.Firmware is for basic updating software,never cures hardware problems.This problems is the tv Tuner signal board itself,exchange it to another tv or ask for warrenty repair,just make sure they change the whole tv Tuner signal board.This problems could be anythings in tv Tuner signal board circuitries causing this problems.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

Testimonial: "i exchanged the tv for a samsung 46 inch 6500 series. No more crackle noise"

  • sneaky12 Mar 10, 2011

    To Achieve a great design and image quality by LED TV`s.
    has a new set of materials has been used during the production of these tv sets!

    Under heat Up process and cool down of the tv set, these materials will expand/retract together.
    Excactly this can be the reason for the "clicking" sound u now is hearing.
    Exspecially after the first hour or so.

    This Click sound is and phsycial effect of the used technology and is not in any way
    and limitation of the product.

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