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My television hisses intermitently. Reception is fine for 5 minutes then 30 seconds of hiss.

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I will need the model number of your set to help you, sounds like the flyback or splitter is the problem. If you post the model number I should be able to help you determine whats wrong. Please respond to this same post when replying

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