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When my Sylvania 28' is off it makes a slow clicking noise until I shake or move the TV. The noise will continue all night if undisturbed.

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-- Are your hands steady as you take the shot, and are you moving the camera before the shutter actually clicks? As a test, put the camera down on a table top and take a picture without moving the camera until well after the shutter clicks. If the resulting image is not blurry--you just proved that your holding technique needs improvement!

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