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No picture at times i would have green vertical lines, if you turned th tv off they would go away, it would not do it all the time, but one day it was turned on and it made a squelling sound and the picture went out but i still have sound, is this a problem tha can be fixed or do i trash it

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    instead of vertical lines I'm getting horizontal lines on all channels except for channel 3. I've changed cable wire, changed outlet for power cord and gone thru the initial set up several times. The TV played great for 3 weeks then started acting up. I'm At my witts end trying to figure this out.

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Check the capacitor of the power pack

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