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Picture problem The TV makes a popping sound and I lose the picture intermittently and sometimes lose the picture all together. When I wiggle the coaxial cable in the back, the picture will eventually stop popping. This has been an issue for at least 6 months now and it seems to be getting worse. Most of the issue is when the TV is 1st turned on...once it warms up it seems to perform better. The TV is about 9 years old. Should I get it looked at or I am better off buying a new one?

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Since it is 9 years model definetely loose contact and flux corrosion is there in wire connector and pcb also. Make one general service. Prolem solved.

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