Question about Televison & Video
This is usually caused by bad earthing, between the units. this gives a phase imbalance.. however, it also maybe Ripple from a faulty power supply, I have seen this before on digital equipment that have leaky capacitors or bad solder joints on them, or a bad diode, and it's letting AC current, become impressed upon the DC current that is needed, any ripple or interference, or bad earthing will cause these and similar symptoms to what you describe.
If you are sure you have good earthing, the house wiring is OK, the cables used between the units is OK, and all earths and things are good and all connected, then it can only be the set itself, and If you have just bought it then this is a manufacturers defect, and as such, it must be replaced, under the consumers guarantee act, Personally i would take it back, and ask for a replacement,or my money back, so i could purchase a suitable one elsewhere. As this is unacceptable from a new, near new set.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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