Question about Televison & Video
Well the fact that it is intermittent leads one to conclude there are either loose connections or cold solder joints in the set that are not behaving the way they should.
The fact that it occurs when warmed up infers that it is temperature related.
These two conditions may be from the same source or there may be two different problems going on.
Please do the hard reset and the whacking test first of all to clear the obvious.
HARD RESET: Unplug the power cord for 4 hours. When you power back up the internal soft codes will automatically be reset to the factory default settings. Then, go to the OSD and reset the features as you had them before.
for more information or help tell me the model number of your TV and also tell me how old is your TV.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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