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TV Rolling lines on LCD

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Does this problem show up when watching a movie from a DVD. or When u are just using coaxial cable ? If it doesn't show up when watching a DVD the problem is in you connection in you coaxial cable ( try tighten your connection or could be a bad cable) If it shows up while watching a DVD you need to add a surge power strip AC noise reduction.

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