Question about LGDVT418 System
Thanks I tried fiddling with cords and wires and the problem has stopped for the time being. I've tried all channels right after each other the day I first posted and thats how I know its just on certain things. It definitely has to be the receiver if not the connection, what I don't get if it is the connection than it should be doing it on everything since the sound is built in it shouldn't be affected by other connections. If the problem persists I will call LG and try to get the receiver replaced.
Posted on Jan 31, 2006
Call LG if they are in warranty, should be after 4 months. Try reseating all connections including power, or changing cables. If it shows on all of your speakers, If it doesn't move with one or more speakers, you probably have a leaky capacitor in your reciever and will need to return it for repair or replacement. Hopefully its not just the receiver choosing to spike an amp channel at will. Could possibly be an electrical appliance in your home causing the noise by switching on and/or off. Have somebody walk around your home turning things on and off to see if your receiver is affected. If nothing pops, it very well could be your receiver. An experiment to try is using a different power outlet. Use a long heavy duty extension cord if needed. You want to get power from a different circuit. If that doesn't fix it, try a UPS device (like those used on computers). This will isolate you from the power line, and hopefully from the pops.
Posted on Jan 30, 2006
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