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Cable connection doesn't hold and picture starts flipping - we wiggle it a bit and it works for a while and starts flipping again. What is the problem?

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The v hold is going out that causes the picture to roll if only 1 channel does that then call the cable company.If it's more than one then find the v-hold in the back and turn it slowly till it stops,if it gets faster turn it the other way

Posted on Oct 06, 2007


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