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When viewing images on TV the picture is vertically rolling.

The pictures are not steady when trying to view form a TV via the A/V out terminal. Then image on the TV screen is rolling vertically.

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    It was the NTSC stting....Thanks

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My black white tv rolls pictures when viewed with television channel.

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Check the video setting in the set-up menu. It may be set to PAL if you are on the NTSC system, or vice versa. Also check the TV input to ensure your're on the correct channel.

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