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Unusable signal This morning tv will only display unsuable signal. What are some reaons for this and some solutions? It was working fine yesterday

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Had the same problem unplug the tv for hour. Had ours at the tv repair shop and it worked fine there brought it home now we have a great picture but no sound.

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