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Strange sound/noise from my 55 7000 samsung

by wallstreet123456 / June 12, 2009 5:43 AM PDT

When I turned on my tv the otherday I sttod close to is and heard a high pitched noise. It is not noticably from where I sit but if I am about 1/2 foot away and no sound is on I hear it. Anyone else notice this or can you check if you have the same issue as I do.

The souns needs to be off and you should be close to the unit as I said.

Thansk for checking.

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Strange sound/noise from my 55 7000 samsung
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / June 12, 2009 7:15 AM PDT


The television, or any device with electricity running through it, is going to make some noise. If the noise is a new addition, and you feel it requires service, feel free to call 800-SAMSUNG.

Some noise, paritcularly if you're next to it with no volume is considered normal, however if it bothers you, then it's a good idea to get it inspected.


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by wallstreet123456 / June 12, 2009 10:14 PM PDT

Thank you

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