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Speaker squeal I have an amazingly LOUD squeal coming from the left speaker only. When I turn the volume down completely the squeal is unchanged. How can I fix this? If this cannot be fixed, can I just go in and disconnect this speaker? I could then change the setting to mono or just run the sound through my stereo. Currently running it to the stereo does not turn off the sound at the TV, I tried that to just work around the problem.

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Ok if you dont wanna replace the audio output ic in this set you can simply disconnect the speakers in the set but tape them up so they wont short out against anything and then you can run the sound into your sound system of choice if it has an audio outputjack

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