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Basic cable connections using rear coxial connection

I hooked the cable up through the coxial connection on the back of the tv and the picture keeps coming up not clear, but snowy looking and fuzzy..... i checked the cable outside to make sure the cable was not damaged and it checked out good... i put a dvd in the dvd player to make sure the tv was not messed up, but again the picture came out perfect... i bought a brand new cable for the cable but still the picture came out bad when i wanted to watch regular tv shows...i auto programed in air mode and cable mode but the picture is coming out bad as in not good.....it worked just fine a couple of days ago but today for some reason its not co-operating like its supposed to....can you help me out, thanks Melvin.....

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Better call your cable tv provider.it seems that the problem is out of your premises

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