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My tv is working normal but the picture has some waves, amean they are't to bad.. after while you dont see them because you get used to them, how can i fix it? thank you.. samsung model hcn653w

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  • gabriel leon Nov 10, 2010

    you mean take a picture and send it to you?

  • gabriel leon Nov 12, 2010

    i took several pictures but you can't see anything, it loos like a tv with poor antena signal

  • gabriel leon Nov 15, 2010

    yes it does, and you can tell more when the tv has no pic, like when the pic is dark

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Can you please upload an image to imageshack.us and get me the link so that I can see for myself what it looks like?

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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    eagle338 Nov 10, 2010

    Yes thats what I meant.

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    eagle338 Nov 12, 2010

    Does it happen on all input types like component, HDMI? ALso does it happen with different sources like DVD, tv receiver etc.,?

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 15, 2010

    If it happens even when you don't have an image, it sounds more like electronic interference. Any electric wires crossing the video input cables(like HDMI) or anything that emits microwaves like an oven. For some reason, it does not look like a tv problem to me. So lets see

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