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Sanyo DS31520 31" whining, high pitch screech, very annoying!

We have a Sanyo DS31520 31 "TV" that is only two years old and it has something to do with the A\V jacks behind it. Can you please contact me and let me know what I can do to solve this problem. Thanks!

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Two audio out RCA type lacks a red and white. only thing I can think of is make sure nothing is connected to the outputs unless your running it to a stereo. now for the inputs are 3, video yellow ,left and right audio is white and red, make sure the yellow has yellow input rca plug. still problems take them all loose and see it feed back goes away.

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