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Aquos 46" getting multiple lines when using AV cables

I just purchased a 46" Aquos. When I connect to any of the AV jacks I get multiple fuzzy lines in the picture no matter what device I connect to the tv(PS2, GameCube and DVD) I have tried new AV cables same result. It appears that the only connection working is my HDMI.

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Criminy! This is amongst it's several fatal flaws. I strongly suggest that you RUN, DO NOT WALK-- back to where you purchased it, and get your money back. Then, coffee in hand, sift through a few "Consumer Report" type ezines & find a better model to own!

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