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I have a 42 inch samsung and the sound is fine

I have a 42 inch samsung and the sound is fine but the video signal (s) are white, green, red an blue snow... its like the pixels are overlapping... if youstand back from the screen you can see the menu box but just barely with out of register pixels... any suggestions...?

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Is it still covered under warranty?

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