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  • handipop530 Jun 22, 2008

    With out climbing up on the roof to check the antennae, how can I check the input??

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If you're experiecing this on all channels try checking first the connection of the antenna on the back of your TV and make sure its connected properly and also try moving the antenna on a different direction to avoid signal distorsion.....

Hope that helps.....

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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Did you experienced this on all of the channels on your TV...?

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Check out the bulged up capacitors on the main board if there is any replace it.it is also possible that some ICs get overheated n stops responding.

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Look for the connections and cables as merlin said

also try a different connector that connects the TV from source

also try using a stabilizer for proper power supply

also if this is not a external it can be due to any internal problems in power board

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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Can you be more spesific.

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Well..that's most likely due to a problem with the input for the whole system. check your cables for any wear or bad connectors

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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