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My Olevia 232-S12 TV has a ghost in the machine. The menu icon and input indicator regularly flash on the screen back and forth. Sometimes it is very fast, sometimes slow, sometimes intermitent. I have digital cable and have tried hooking up through the coax and the composite lines with no relief. Is there anything I can do?

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    Rommel Cana May 11, 2010

    hi, here is just a suggestion have you tried using a DVD player or any other source using the video input? if the picture is OK , same with the sound quality then maybe , there is something in the box that is causing the ghost images. have you tried using the box on other TV? if it is good on other TV then perhaps it is really on the TV.

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Its possible that the buttons on the set are leaking or if cleaning spray (windex, etc) got down into the buttons it can cause them to corrode, which will also cause this problem,and they will need to be replaced. Worst case would be if the main control board is bad, That could be more expensive, depending on the repair shop fees.

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