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My tv rolls from bottom to the top

My TV rolls from the bottom of the screen to the top dark white and fades to normal the picture does not move just the white

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Re: my tv rolls from bottom to the top

It's a bad cable connection. Move the cable wire and see if there is a difference. The bad connection can also be at the cable box outside.

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