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In the last month my plasma TV has developed a buzz that is really annoying as its the only thing i hear now. It can be heard sitting infront of the TV up to 5 metres away. It comes and goes but is there 75 percent of the time. I have had the TV for about 17 months

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It could be the transformer, need to get it serviced. Nothing will happen but the noise will get louder and more annoying. Most of the time the transformers have a plastic plug to conceal the magnetics and the coil. The glue on the plastic loosens and can create the buzzing noise.

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