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My D52W20 emits a high pitch sound through both speakers. Gets louder if I raise the volume, quieter as I lower it & goes away if I mute the TV. The picture is perfect, audio from the TV show is Ok

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SOURCE: High Pitch Sound From Samsung TXN3071WHF 30" TV

I think its the flyback and its starting to leak. this is a component responsible for the high voltage of your tv set. always observe safety in dealing with this. Have it check by a qualified technician. Good luck!

Posted on Feb 26, 2007



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SOURCE: high pitch sound for Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-27HS420 27" TV

The high pitch squeal you hear is usually caused by a coil vibrating, normally in the horizontal circuit. I've also seen the ferrite bead on the horizontal output transistor do this, but, it is rare. I normally will repair this by finding the coil and "tightening" it. To tighten a coil, technicians use different chemicals, such as, a hot glue gun, rubber silicone or even finger nail polish. I will find the coil that screams by starting with the usual suspects and using a wooden dowel, barely touch the coil and if the pitch of the noise changes, then, thats the coil that needs repaired. If you do not know your way around the inside of a television, I never recommend you do so, since, this procedure must be done with the set turned on and you poke your hands around the inside of the set by the high voltage circuit. Hope this helps your decision.

Posted on Mar 04, 2007



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SOURCE: Continuous crackling from TV speakers

I'm sure you have figured this one out. TV itself is causing the problems.
The circuit board that produces the audio signal seems to be the problem.
Before you call the repairman, go to the web site just to get an idea of what the parts will cost. That way he doesn't rip you off.

I hope I answered your question correctly. Please rate me. :)

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SOURCE: No audio on Sony Wega

Hello, Welcome to

If the mute is ok, you want to check if your have a cable or sat box that the mute on those are ok as well, if so then your looking at a internal issue with the TV that would involve repair.

Try this

1. unplug the tv wait 10-15 seconds then plug it back into the wall outlet.


2. unplug any cable boxes or sat boxes that might be causing the issue.

If you still are having issues you might want to check it into a local repair shop near you, but take this advice for what its worth you might wind up paying more for the repair then the purchase of a nice flat panel.

Make sure if you do take it into a shop that there registered with the BBB and do not have complaints registered as those shops could end you paying more money.

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