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Try turning the volume all the way down then power the TV an see how long it takes to bring a screen up if you still hear a popping sound then you have a bad part with a bad connection most likey a lamp and wiring. Call to have it serviced a must if so.
sounds like it's your self-defrost working normally as for things freezing,check temps in front and back of refrig and you may be able to raise temp to alleviate condition w/o food in frt end being too warm
This worked for me on my M604: Try inserting/removing a headphone plug into the jack several times to see if that clears the problem.
The "popping" sound is very similar to the sound that the unit makes when inserting headphones into the 'headphone' jack on the back of the unit.
The jack has a contact switch that triggers a relay inside the unit. If that contact switch is 'on the verge' of making contact, slight temperature changes may cause deform closer to it's contact target. The subsequent capacitance build-up and discharge across the gap could explain the cycle of popping noises after the unit warms up.