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Picture Hitachi 65 inch. Picture will intermitantantly go black, or green, or you can see the picture but everything is red, or go to what looks like a thermal image, or the tv will shut off. In each case, it returns to normal about a minute later. Model of tv is 65F59A

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Some things are better to have an in-home TV repair man come and look at. This is defiantly one of those occasions. Check to make sure all your cables are secure. Trade inputs with your devices such as your DVD player, cable box, ect. If you are still having a problem call a repair man.

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