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  • cheerio123 May 30, 2008

    I just bought a new samsung 32 inch HD LCD TV. Just had cable installed and am seeing opaque floating lines slowly floating up the screen. Certain channels are worse than others. Don't have any lines when computer is connected to TV monitor. I'm also not using an HDMI cord. Is this a cable, tv, or connection problem?? any help would be appreciated...If the problem is the TV, I must return it immediately so time is of the essence!!!

    thx!!

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"Floating lines" usually caused by bad cable signal. Try playing a dvd or tape. If lines are gone, tighten all cable connections. If lines are there, you could need convergence repair if any colored shadows or ghosts are visable around on screen lettering. Hope it's some help anyway.

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