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Mitsubishi Model # VA-60603, Serial # 128231. Just started having fuzzy showy reception on TV. Very slow response when changing channels.

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  • Joel Witham Apr 26, 2010

    Okay, I rechecked all the connections from the cable TV. I do not have a box, just directly linked to the TV thru the VCR...everything is good and finger tight, the cables I'm using are all basically new. Still fuzzy and snowy, affects the sound also. This just developed last night it's been good up until then. I had the TV on a couple of times today, but got frustrated and turned it off. Thanks...Joel

  • Joel Witham Apr 26, 2010

    I found something else that is kind of confusing. When I turn on the VCR all the snow disappears and changing the channels are working correctly too? Of course the incoming cable is run thru into the VCR box then into the TV. I think I might replace that short piece of cable from the VCR to the TV? That's the only thing I can think of...otherwise I'll just watch TV thru the VCR till I get it worked out. I will also keep some of those other suggestions you all have made in mind too! Thanks.

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Hello,

how long have you been using your TV? I am asking because I am suspecting your TV's bulb.

Usually, when bulb needs replacement, the TV screen is not usually bright/clear.

There is also a line transformer inside the TV could be responsible for this. The line transformer passes voltage to the TV tube and once it is bad, it can make a TV reception fuzzy.

So, my advice is that you take TV to a local repairer withing your vicinity to have the above mentioned parts be checked. Or if you have a knowledge about TV repairer, you can have them tested and replaced by yourself.

You can also hit the TV by the sides when you turn it on, it might make a difference.

Good luck.

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Ok, the FIRST thing we must check when we get "Snow" in our picture, is the ANTENNA, and Antenna connections. The TV reception, is dependent, on signal quality. You need to physically, inspect the Antenna, and the lead, and the Plug. This doesn't matter if it is Normal TV, DTV, or Satellite, even though, the Antenna's are different, they still need to be checked. IF the Antenna and setup is all OK, IF you are using a "Box", then this too, maybe the problem, you will need to establish, if each, unit as OK, or Not If those are OK, the Antenna, "Box" then, possibly what the problem is would be the Tuner, this may have developed a fault. You need to get this looked at professionally, to have your setup inspected, from the Antenna, to any "Box" to the actual TV. Once the problem is isolated, a remedy can be formulated.

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