LCD tv making buzzing noise?

Right I have a 3 year old LCD tv that has just developed an annoying buzzing sound. Sounds like a spectrum loading a game.

I have taken the back off and blew away a lot of dust in case it was a fan issue.

Now when it is on analogue setting there is no noise but when switched to freeview/digital it hums.

When the back was off I located the sound to be on a circuit board with a large coil and hot and cold written on the board. The coil wasn't loose but seemed to be coming from there.

Also, the built in DVD player is acting up but this may be a separate issue.

Any views please? The analogue, free view bit is confusing me.

4 Answers

  • 9 years ago
    Favourite answer

    mine done this i know it isnt a technical answer but i hit mine and the buzzing stopped, the noise happens when i have a DVD in it and again i just give is a brick smack and BAM the noise stopped :)

    Source(s): im a TV atacker
  • brobst
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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  • Minnie
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Replace the power supply. You have a noisy transformer. You can try hot gluing it first.

  • khalil
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    on power supply board there is a switching transformer with ferrite core,its core is loose...tighten it.

    you may use acrylic glue. more current more noise.

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