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Color band lines scrolling across my screen

I have a 42 or 44 inch flat screen panasonic television. And I have been
getting these color bands scrolling across my television. Like a lot of them what could be the problem? And the color bands keep multipying.

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That sound like your picture tube is doing. Also if you have any speaker near the tv it will effect it because of the magent.

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