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Toshiba 50H71 Projection TV

TV is blurry but gets better when it has been on for awhile. Picture is still shaky with audio going off and on while the picture shakes.

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I would check the power supply and the tuner section. This sounds like the low voltage powers supply is going bad or that the tuner section might be going bad. Does the picture fade to snow? Also I would suggest that you let a TV Technician take a look at the TV to determine what is happening. Most likely it is the power supply.

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I hope this helps,

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Posted on May 27, 2008

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