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Staticy audio the audio is coming in staticy but the words are still there, we have had the tv for a long time and this is the first this has happened

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You problem shows up from time to time on toshiba projections as well as standard tv sets. Theres a problem with the audio output IC or the coupling caps or both are breaking down . This is a solid state set and theres no user serviceable parts inside this set for you to check and replace unless you have the trainiong and equipment to do so. Please seek a tech to assist you in this repair

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