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LN46C630K1F Jittery I just bought a Samsung LN46C630K1F and love the picture but in fast motion or after a certain amount of time the picture stutter, almost like it's catching up. Switching the "auto picture" mode from "standard" to "clear" helps, but the picture isn't as good. Any ideas what's going on?

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