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That lamp could very well be the cause of the humming if it's not an OEM (over $120 from a dealer) lamp. We see $30-$50 clones all the time that don't last very long and can hum while the ballast is trying to spark them. Where did you purchase that lamp from and for how much?
Also, the humming could be one of the three fans in the set being clogged with dust/debris, or even the ballast or power supply itself starting to have failing/weak parts.
So whether you can repair this, depends on first- the quality of that lamp, and next, what your comfort level is removing the back of the set and working inside of the TV.
Let me know and we can proceed.
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