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Audio troubles My Samsung DLP HL-5067W sound cuts out after one hour, half hour,ten minutes. I have it a TV repair shop so far they replaced the Hurricane assy. They had it for 5 weeks and I took it home and the sound when out in 1 hour. I don,t think they know what there doing and collage football starts saturday please help me!

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All job has 3 month warrenty take it back ask them to repair it properly, it is very technical repair and risky becouse of high voltage involve with set. tech would trace the sound wave form, as to why it disappear after certain time possibly a leaky cup or fualty componet some where on sound line.

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Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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