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Digital blocks appear

I can see digital blocks when I am watching something that has a dark scene in it such as a night scene or dark clothing...etc
What is the fix for this or is there something wrong with the tv?

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  • raosti Sep 30, 2008

    We have the JVC HD-52G887 and had the cable company (a while back) and direct TV (today) here with different boxes and nothing helps. However the Direct TV guy stomped his foot in front of the TV and it changed to a clear picture, but when he walked away it changed back, apparently something is loose!

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The HD-ILA's do not handle dark content well, it's a known problem. As far as intermittent digital blocks while viewing regular content it may be coming from your sat/cable company or you may have a problem with the digital board. I've had a few of these go bad.

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