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BOUGHT JVC AV-56WP74 IN JUNE 2004. 52

BOUGHT JVC AV-56WP74 IN JUNE 2004. 52". TODAY WHILE WATCHING MOVIE, THE TV WENT BLACK AND STARTED MAKING A LOUD BANGING NOISE THRU THE SPEAKERS. NOISE COMES RIGHT BACK WHEN TV IS TURNED OFF & ON. OUR EXT WARR EXPIRED 5/09. WHAT DO YOU THINK? TIME TO PURCHASE NEW TV?

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It is worth getting an estimate. From the symptom you explained, it looks like the horizontal output transistor became defective.

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