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Sanyo TV has no picture or sound

I have a Sanyo TV and it doesnt have any picture or sound. When it comes on all I get is snow. Sometimes it will be ok but not very often. I have the cable connected( no other devices just direct coax cable), it is set to cable not air. I just dont understand why it would work sometimes and not all the time. Help please!!!!!

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Better to take this tv to service shop,possibiliy defective or cracked tuner,broken pc board,cold or intermittent solder in power supply or in main board..

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