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Rolling lines a only a few stations

HELP!!!! I have tried everything. I have had this TV for about a year and I have rolling lines on about 5-7 channels (i.e. 25 (VS), 36 (TBS), 59, 62, etc...) I have checked cable wires and other TVs and the problem is only on this TV. Any suggestions? I have the same problem with an Emerson 19" TV. My set is in a bedroom and there are no other appliances near it. It only rolls on the ABC channel. All the other sets in the house are okay on this and all channels.There is no button anywhere to stop this problem. We have unplugged it for 30 minutes to see if it would readjust itself and it has not. Now what do you suggest?

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  • FuzzyTV Sep 29, 2008

    I also have a problem with a few channels. Other televisions in the house work fine but the one television has several channels that are too fuzzy to watch. I am hooked up to cable. For some reason it seems to be more of the local channels that are experiencing the problem, but they are still coming through cable so they should be fine.

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According to your post you seem to only be having the problems on the UHF channels. I would need to know what your source is IE: Antenna or Cable.

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