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Hi Patrick, A fuzzy signal on a plasma TV is not common anymore as with the lack of analog TV transmission the signal is either there or it is not. A amplified HD TV antenna is not always a solution and often times to get a good HD type reception a good outside antenna is required. I have two $100 antennas high up on my roof and still you can get a loss of data stream when the weather is bad. I also use distribution amplifiers to feed several TV's In the case that the picture is fuzzy but still there it might be a resolution setting that is wrong so hit the menu button on the remote and see if that display is clear- if it is then try setting a different resolution for the input that you are getting fuzzy signal on.
It could be a loose connection on one of the input lines. try a dvd player plugged right into the tv. If the problem still is there then it is not the signal its the TV itself. if the dvd player looks ok then the bad signal could be from the converter box or something else on the line infront of the input signal
MOST LIKELY the RF out put signal is the same as a local tv chanel 1) try menue change rf output suggest rf 68! OR connect av leads (red white yellow)from the output of your vcr and connect the other end to an Av input eg AV1 on your TV use tv remote to select the AV input
Change the input setting on the tv not the remote.
If you are using a universal remote it may not be programmed correctly.
When you push the input button on the remote it is changing it to the Over The Air Antenna, it is not recieving a signal and there is no channel label added for the station it is set to.
If you do have an antenna connected, from the menu do a channel search and see if it can find any signal.
Let me know how it goes, I can assist further.
Power LED on front panel blinks several times, there is a delay, then repeats. After fiddling and fuming (mostly fuming) I found that changing the input signal source allowed the TV to be turned on. When I changed the input signal source back everything was ok.
In other words...
My TV is connected to my PC's video card via an HDMI connector. My card has 2 HDMI connectors. I moved the connector (the part that comes from my computer) from one HDMI out to the other. The screen powered up. When I changed the connector back to the original HDMI out I got my display back.
So yeah, try changing your input signal source. If you're using cable try switching to your Xbox/PS3/whatever, or vice versa. If you only have one possible signal source then I have no clue.
It's almost like the TV doesn't get any signal from the current cable then goes into sleep mode until it gets another signal. My problem had to do with me changing a bunch of sleep/timeout/screensaver settings on my TV/comp.