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Red and green lines running through picture/ worse on black and white movies. T.V. is brand new and is hooked up to satalite

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    girls3renoug Nov 06, 2008

    thank you for helping. I will pass on information to see if it works

  • girls3renoug
    girls3renoug Nov 06, 2008

    tv tuner? How do you fix that?

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Have you checked the picture size settings on the sat. ? may be to high a setting for the tv to recieve it properly

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  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    if not there may be a problem with the tv's tuner

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    it might just be some soldering ( from heat up of tuner) but if not then they will have to replace the tuner , the tuner its self really can't be fixed just replaced

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