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High audio static on all but one channel of my RCA TV

I was watching TV yesterday when the channel I was watching suddenly had so much audio static I couldn't hear the program. I switched to other channels. They were all fine. I turned the TV off and came back later to find that all channel now have the high audio static except one--TBS. I hooked another TV to the cable jack to ensure it's not the cables. Other TV works fine. Any idea what causes this?

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Had this problem for a while only just found the cause, its either your tuner flipped out which means you just neded to retune the tv and it should be fixed if not that there was this setting i found still not sure what it is or means but you could select these letters i think there was S, BG and some other ones but i changed it to the top one which was BG and it fixed the static sound with the clear picture problem just stuff around with the channel settings and see if you have that setting hope that helped

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