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RCA 25GT511 - fuzzy picture slight static sound; wiggle coax rear mount temp resolve

My RCA 25GT511 has a slight static sound and the picture is somewhat fuzzy. If I wiggle the coax mount at the rear, it will temporarily resolve but then return. It is NOT the coax cable to the tv that is the problem. But where the coax enter the rear of the tv. I opened the back and see where the male end enters a silver box. I am lost from here... and suggestions redbyrd

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There might be a bad (loose) connection in the RF isolator or the tuner (both are silver boxes. Try to unplug the coax and bend the RCA tabs in so that the connection gets firmly made when reconnected. This may help. If it does not The connector may have to be replaced.

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