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Picture display I hooked up a high def reciever to try it out and the picture started fading in and out. I unhooked the reciever and reconnected the antenna and the picture keeps fading in and out on all stations.

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Is the picture getting smaller - then expands?

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Should a high-def source look ok, then you may have some look changing the display settings on the TV to try and improve picture sharpness and color balance.

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