Facing TV Problems? Ask a TV Technician.
Hello and Welcome. My name is ***** ***** I'll assist you today. I'm sorry you're having trouble with it. I need additional info to troubleshoot the issue.
1- Could you please get me the complete model number written on back of TV?2- What video devices/ sources (such as cable box DVD player etc) are connected to TV and does the problem occur on all video input sources?Thanks.
Thanks for TV model number info.
- What video devices/ sources (such as cable box DVD player etc) are connected to TV and does the problem occur on all video input sources?
OK, can you elaborate 'bussing sound' with bit more details?
Also, can you connect another video source such as DVD player to TV for sound check?
OK, please try DVD player and reply back with the result.
OK, please use another set of AV cable, if available, and make sure audio pins of AV cable are plugged securely and tight on correct Audio In jacks on TV.
If problem persist then unplug TV power cord from wall outlet for 10 minutes to reset, replug back in and check sound.
If problem still persist then pull the audio pins of AV cable coming from xbox/dvd player and check if bussing sound go away?
Please reply back with the result and if problem resolved then a positive rating to answer would be highly appreciated.
I gave you three suggestions in above reply, did you try all of them?
One suggestion needs leave TV unplugged for 10 minutes.
OK, tried new set of AV cable that didn't work, correct?Replug TV power cord back in, turn it On and check sound.
If problem still persist then pull audio pins of AV cable from TV to see if buzz sound goes away?
Sorry to hear that, grab Aiwa TV remote and push Surround button to turn it Off, also push BBE button to turn it Off as well to see if sound gets better?
If it doesn't fix the issue then I'm sorry it would be sound processor chip problem which is mounted on main board of TV and should be replaced to resolve the problem, this kind of work needs good soldering work with proper tools and expertise if required sound processor chip is still available with suppliers.
If you are not comfortable working on it yourself then you may please use following link to get list of TV repair shops in area which will help to get repair quote...http://www.tvrepairpros.com/I'm sorry there is no easy or quick fix for this problem and it is definitely hardware failure that needs defective sound processor chip replacement to resolve the issue. I trust my input will help you out to make decision about this TV repair or invest that money on new replacement TV. Please feel free to respond if you have any additional questions.A positive rating to answer would be greatly appreciated, please click on 5 star on this page then click submit/finish button so I can get credit on website for my work. If you don't see rating option then intimate here. Regards,Shahid.
TV doesn't have those buttons on lower front, I'm sorry for that. Required Aiwa TV remote control is available at following supplier..
And you can download TV user manual copy for detailed operating instructions from following link..
Electronic chip (IC) can't be fixed and must be replaced when go bad, please check with local TV repair shops to get more info as I gave you link to locate TV repair shops in your area and the link is here again..
I hope these info will help, please feel free to respond if you have any additional questions.A positive rating to answer would be greatly appreciated, please click on 5 star on this page then click submit/finish button so I can get credit on website for my work. If you don't see rating option then intimate here.Thanks.
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