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When i turned on my tv but with only just an antenna, it is o.k. but if you put a cable in it the picture runs up and down

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Coba aja bagian ic croma /syinkron gambar di tepatkan setelanya karena

bagian output if vedio tidak stabil mengeluarkan signyal vedionya maka

tidak akan bisa syncron antara vertikal dg lainya

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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Sounds like off air signals are quite strong where you are. If the issue happens when connected to cable tv only, then I suspect that you have a bad splitter/ground block or the fittings outside are corroded. Call the cable company to have them fix the issue as the tv in almost all cases isn't the issue.

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Ok two things here, if it a realy old tv, check and see if it has a vert control knob that you will use to adj the vertical rolling.

are you on a cable box? if so bypass the box and plug the cable directly into the tv bypassing the box, if this works box bad get exchanged.

2nd if it is a new tv, try this, when putting you cable to the tv do it slowley and watch the tv, as the cable gets close to rf imput on tv dose the pix get clearer untill to cable is pluged in all the way? if so you have agc overload and the simplest way to fix this is get a antenuator, this is a small screw on device that will cut the siginal streght down and will stable you picture.

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