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TV. dpops channes

The screen goes snowe no sound ,i restart then shows some channels mostly on low numbers but when I move to higher channels the same occurs it drops the channel ,cable co. checked lines and splitters they are o.k. any suggestions please. bill

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Bill, your set has a bad tuner, only fix for that is to R & R the tuner, 2nd option would be to use your vcrs tuner input and then RCA out cables from vct to input on back of tv, If you have never done this re-post and I`ll walk you through it, let me know, BMW Rider

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