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The fault you describes is due to low signal strength. If tuner of the said TV is faulty, this type of snow interference will occur too. Just check for good firm connection to its antenna terminal. If it is Ok, check the continuity of the cable used with antenna. Check the orientation of yagi antenna if used outside. If all are OK, and nothing help you, just replace its tuner with same type and number. Tuner is a small metal box type component can be seen soldered directly to the main printed circuit board inside. Usullay, its one terminal will come out as antenna IN of the TV, to which you connects the external antenna or cable. You must have a concept of soldering and desoldering to replace it, and must have a knoledge in electronics too. OK.
Are you connected to cable TV or an outdoor antenna? If on cable TV check the signal on another TV or if on an outdoor antenna you will need a digital TV adaptor to pick up local stations due to them not being available in analog anymore. Please take moment to rate my answer. Thanks...
There is a bad connection inside the tuner of the set. In order to repair this, the tuner must be removed and opened. This repair should be simple for any TV repair shop and not cost much. This is simply a resolder job. It will take a few minutes to get at the part that needs to be resoldered though. Call around and get a few prices for a resolder of the tuner input "F" connector.
Your TV is telling you that the cable, antenna,
or another input has no signal coming into it.
When there is no signal, the set mutes itself to a blue screen to avoid your seeing "snow" on the screen.
You need to check your connections. IF all are O.K., then your problem must be in the tuner or A-V input.