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THE TV GETS A LITTLE BLUE BOX THAT SAYS CAN'T GET SIGNAL

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This may be a tuner failure, or a fault in the AGC or IF circuits. This may not be cheap to service unless it is a simple cold solder connection on one of the circuit boards in the mentioned areas.

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