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Fuzzy picture When using the Input 5 on the side, the picture is fuzzy like it is getting a bad signal. This also occurred when using the AV input in the back before switching to S-video input instead of coaxial cable. If you tap the back in the right place the picture will restore. Can you recommend how to fix this problem.

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  • lizkarcher Jan 09, 2008

    I don't think it's the cable. Do you have tips on tightening the loose jack?

  • lizkarcher Jan 09, 2008

    thank you. I'll give it a try!

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You might want to try a new cable, otherwise it might be a loose jack that if your daring enough, you could fix yourself

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    Alexander Selby Jan 09, 2008

    You would have to go inside the case of the tv to find it, and there should be a little nut that you can tighten, if thats not it then it is a loose solder joint which you would need to reattach, and you better be careful.

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