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Artifacting pixels w/ over the air antennae

We have a 2 year old flm-3232 Polaroid w/ over the air antennae. We've tried 3 different antennaes trying to fix artifacting. This, we're wondering has more to do with the in-set tuners than with the antennae, because our new Sony 26" works almost perfectly. Is there any fix other than replacing the TV? Otherwise it's a great picture and sound. We're really frustrated.

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Most of the time the audio sound output is bad

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