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Snap, crackle, and pop audio problem

The set has started to make a constant clicking sound. It happens on all channels. Any idea what to check or does it sound like it needs to be serviced?

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  • 3pltdad Nov 12, 2007

    Fixed it by lowering the sound on both the TV and the cable box and then raising each to a listenable level.

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It needs to be serviced soon

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