Clicks from new 75inch uhdtv

Please help I am getting annoying clicks from numerous places at the rear of. My TV. It work perfectly and they are not coming form the speaker

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Re: clicks

That's a clear warranty issue. Contact the shop or Samsung (depending on what's usual in your country). You'll get a free repair or a new TV or a refund.

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Avoid heating sources

Samsung televisions use a combination of metal and plastic material in their sets. These materials are subject to expansion and contraction due to temperature changes. With expansion or contraction you may occasionally hear creaking, popping, or cracking. These noises are completely harmless and will not affect your TV's operation or damage the unit. With this in mind, here are a few quick tips on how to reduce cabinet expansion which causes these noises.

Ensure that there is adequate ventilation for the set. Some enclosures may not allow for proper ventilation; causing the internal temperature to increase and the plastic to expand even more than normal.

Make sure there aren't any heating or air conditioning vents pointing directly at your TV.

Make sure the TV is placed on a flat and level surface. Any tilting or an uneven stand can increase these noises.

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