Question about Toshiba 52HMX84 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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When initially turned on the picture jumps around for several minutes

It looks like a cable channel you don't get. the audio also cuts out at the same time. 'Fonzie'-ing it sometimes helps and the problem generally goes away within 20 minutes. yes, it's 2008 and i have to wait for my tv to 'warm up' for 20 minutes.
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"Fonzie-ing it" ? It's terrible that I understood what that meant. lol

Sounds like the tuner has a bad solder joint. You may need a Repairman.

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