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Tv reset my television is sometimes changing its channel it self .its of lg company .whats the problem

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The model no is55LE5900 ZA

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Thats usually a problem with the signal board. Whats the model number of your set?

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try using hdmi cables or component a/v cables
when using them as you will get a stronger picture less video noise
and stereo as the cable box does not output stereo on ch 3/4
I would also have your cable reworked if you have failing videos on the upper tier channels.

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