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On my 37in lg lcd i can see a shadow in the picture, like its another station in the background!! i have sky digi box and regular analogue tv connected to it.. any help?

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  • celtbhoy Apr 05, 2008

    wot u mean? disconnect the analogue?

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Does it on both the sky box and the cable connection??

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

  • rick paz
    rick paz Apr 05, 2008

    No keep the analog in and disconnect the sky box and see if it
    still persist .let me know pazinc@yahoo.com

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