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I have Sony TV KZ-32TS1E and recently I'm having problem with the sound. Sometimes the sound disappear from out of the blue. I have to switch the TV off and let it switched for a while. Than,when I switch it on again the sound sometimes come up to life again. Is it worth to fix the TV?

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