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Wd-52525 can no longer connect with any input deviced, and is fuzzy in the middle of the screen.

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I would "reset" the entire tv (like when you first got it) and make sure all input devices are ASSIGNED correctly and each of those has a physical connection that is good. Can you access "setup" OK?? If OK, there is a known problem with the "input board" on some Mits...not an easy or cheap repair.

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