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No tv picture and no vcr picture

I have called the tech help for my cable co. and have checked and rechecked the cables at every input to the tv including the input from the remote plus anything coming from the wall and still no picture. When I go through the channels it's a repeated "snow"for about one second and then a blue screen. Then a notice that there is no signal comes on the screen, but at the Shaw end, everything is fine.The vcr/dvd doesn't have a picture either. I can hear the vcr running, but nothing on screen.
The tv was working fine, until I switched it off for the day - when I turned it on again a few hours later, that's when I discovered the problem, so no one had touched the whole setup all day.

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I got rid of the tv.

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