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Bottom of screen is moving. I need help!

I have Samsung HP-R4262 PLasma TV for two years. the TV picture started to move for two months. It was connected to HDDVR Cable box with HDMI cable. I replaced the box with standard box, I reaplced the cable connections. The problem still exist. it is not continuos moving, but every-5-10 min hapenning. can it be voltage problem, or cable provider proble? (screen is moving during watching DVD), or what are your thought and advices for this situation? I am really upset. Please see attached picture. I need your advice.

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  • ardas1968 Feb 12, 2008

    THANKS! IT SEEMS GOOD ADVICE.

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It looks like you got a bad Power Surge thought your Power Cable. There is a card in your TV that handles that. Unfortunately their is little you can do but bite the bullet and pay to have it fixed. First call Samsung and ask if this has happened to anyone else.

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