Sound comes through normally when TV is turned on. However, it starts cutting in and out periodically, for longer and longer times. Sound comes back briefly (a word or a sentence) then goes away again. Tapping the set sometimes brings the sound back for a short while.
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Re: Sound cuts out periodically
Sounds like a poor or cold solder connection in the sound circuit. If your not a tech, this repair really should not cost an arm and a leg to repair , but maybe your first born??LOLOL No really if you have no solid state repair experience please seek out a local repair person to assist you in this repair.
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Gate7, your main board in the TV may be bad and may need to be replaced. Try this RE SET procedure first, turn the TV on so you have a picture,then
while it is on unplug it. Wait 5 mins and plug it back in. "I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."
depending on the age of your tv, this appears to be a common issue. Blame it on the ballast board. your ballast might not be able to provide the lamp w/ enough voltage to keep the image on for longer period of times. or it could simply be that you need a new tv lamp.
Most TV shut downs like this are HEAT related.Try increased cooling with a fan blowing into it to test this on yours.If it works leave the fan running or repair with a nice little but strong computer fan placed behind the unit..
The problem can be caused by a bad sustain board (Ysus Zsus) , the popping sound is often caused by a capacitor blowing up. The TV must be taken apart and tested before eventually replacing sustain boards.
hello .this does sound like bad solder joints .all printed circuit boards do this after a while due to heating and cooling .is not advisable to try to repair yourself .possible electric shock and spiking .will do a lot of damage .take to a shop to have repaired