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After watching a dvd on my ps3. The picture on my JVC HD-56FN97AQA gets a distorted haze on the picture after switching back to regular TV. Is it because the TV gets hot after being on for so long? It was on for a few.

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I think you have dry solder joints on the tv somewhere. If you can check for this yourself otherwise find a competant technician. Hope this helps.

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Follow these steps to resolve:

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