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Sharp LC 37 D6U

No sound from any input, speaker pops when turned on. It has worked for 8 months, but started to act up. turning the tv on and off worked for a while, but now there is no sound

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  • daddym May 28, 2008

    NO SOUND

  • daddym May 28, 2008

    no sound

  • Jon Koeller Dec 13, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem with my LC-37D6U. Saw a part on eBay: Sharp PSPAZA663WJKZ INSULATION PAD
    Sharp Part Number: PSPAZA663WJKZ
    SPACER FOR IC2502 (PWBBACK)
    Would that be what I'm looking for? My model is on the list of models it works with.

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When you turn the tv on, do you hear a faint “pop” noise from the speaker? If so, the problem is with the heat sink under the audio IC. Over time, the heat sink will lose its consistency and start to melt, thus shorting out the audio circuit. To fix, you’d need to clean off the melted residue on both sides of the audio IC as well as replacing the heat sink with a newly redesigned Sharp Heat Insulation Pad. It’s a pretty complicated fix, I suggest calling your local authorized sharp service center to fix this problem. The part is inexpensive, so you’re most likely looking at a labor charge (maybe around $200ish) for the repair if they are not marking up the price too much.

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