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Tv picture freezes

I'll be watching t.v. and all of the sudden the picture freezes, not the audio, just the picture. Not for very long, but long enough to be buggin me. It did it with direct tv, it does it with dish ( which is what I have now ), but when I had cable, it didn't.

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Digital TV pix will freeze when signal fades due to whether or mis- aligned dish.

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