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I have a conia ce2201fhdvdr. sometimes the picture is replaced wth multi color end lines and snow and an extremely loud 'off the Chanel' noise. The only thing that fixes it is to turn the set off

If. I turn the set on again after a few minutes the problem is fixed. Sometimes happens 10 times in one day-sometimes only once in 10 days. What part of the set needs fixing? Or is it dead or what. I have had it about 2 years now.please advise if you know what the problem might be

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