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I had the same problem with my 50 inch Maxent, found a solution on the internet that seemed too good to be true, but I replaced a part that cost me $1.38 at Radio Shack and my tv is as good as new. Go to this link for details and even includes pictures. All you need is a scredriver (to remove back cover) and a soldering iron - repair is actually very easy. Good Luck!
More than probably is the LCD control board, but this one is coming with the LCD panel. Could be the main PCB too and I suggest you to call a tech for a exact diagnosys because the parts implied are very expansive.
In order to ensure, it is not caused by the input device, connect a DVD player and see. Look for any loose contacts in power outlet, RC jack, cable and socket.
Switch off TV, switch off power, remove plug and wait for 48 hours and retry. If problem persists, I suggest it is better to refer it to a qualified service technician, since the back cover has to be opened for investigation/rectification.
26 inch maxent mx-26x3 and 32 inch, l2614xw02 some same parts When i hear the word static, i think snow, If while your watching tv and it looks like color snow pixels popping in and out all over the picture i did this to fix it. look at main board you see a green heat sink, left of that heat sink you see a 220 uf 16 volt capacitor that half surround by 22 uf capacitors, change the 220 uf capacitor and snow is gone. to get it off i just wiggle slowly back in forth until the old capacitor falls off, then put some fresh solder on and new capacitor on and done. use a radial electrolytic capacitor not the little metal one they had on
Look for a format button on the remote or a zoom button. If you find it, press it. Most TVs have several options of format that you would scroll through with each push. If it is a Dish Network remote, use the format button "*" at the bottom left, if it is DirecTV the format button is top left, second button marked "Format".