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I get white speckles on black parts of my picture

When watching tv i get alot of white speckles on any black part of the picture, which disappear after a few seconds, but reappear when a new black piece comes on !!

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In years past the problem was created from something that has a bad motor in the area of your house or on the power lines. The 'speckles' sound like ignition noise. I have traced them to strange things as a butter control in a refrigerator. To be sure if that this is causing your problem you can take a radio and tune it around 550 mhz and you will hear a crackle or buzz. Best to use a battery operated radio and wave and walk around until you get the loudest noise and that will be the source of your 'speckles'. Could be as simple as a loose connection in your panel box.

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