Sharp Aquos 32" LED TV clicking/cracking sound problem

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    Hi

    I have a 1 week old sharp aquos 32" (LC-32LE243M) led TV and I have a clicking/cracking sound from the back panel. After some reading on the internet research I did, I tried to hook off any cables (except the power cable) and checked if it's a connections problem, tried to reset (holding TV power off button for 15 seconds while it's unplugged) the TV and nothing helps. But, I notice that after a while, something about 30 minutes the clicking/cracking sounds are disappeared. Is it a caps problem ? Or might it be a normal process that every or some led televisions are going through until the parts in it 'settles in' (like a new car first 1,000 kilometers) ?

    Please help me

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    I got a 70 inch and it seems when the tv warms up I hear faint cracks every so often but only ever hear about 3-4 then stops after 1 hour. Seems like its only when the tv wsrms up after not being on for 9 hours or so.
     
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    someone ? pleease
     
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    Are you sure you're not just hearing creaking noises from the cabinet?
    Sometimes heat produced by the set causes slight expansion of the plastic cabinet.
    Other than that if it's only a week old contact your dealer and ask for a replacement.
     

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