I have noticed recently that mytelevision screen would skip for a little while when I first turned on the tv but would soon right itself. Lately, it has become progressively worse and I cannot figure out how to fix it. I do not have the original remote anymore and I have had cable installed on the television since October. I am not sure if this is a problem with the television or the cable. Could you offer any advice on how I can fix this problem?
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Hi have you got the speakers near the CD unit and if so is it on a secure shelf as my friend had the exact same problem ? It turned out that the Bass from the speakers were making his CD's skip
Hope this helps Nick
Problem with channel skipping has rectified itself. I simply unplugged the set and and started over with remote intructions on signal and channel setting. The tv was also turning itself off and on, this also has ceased. Thanks, hope I don't need you later.
If by saying the "aspect ratio changes" you mean the picture shrinks from top and bottom, I would suspect an intermittent short inside one of your picture tubes. The commercial skip function is not causing a problem here. It is the rapid change from dark to light that I believe is putting an extra strain on a weak or defective picture tube.