Cannot get the television to get out of fuzzy screen
I have a Magnavox television and I cant get it out of the fuzzy screen. I play my xbox 360 on it and I was just turning it on and I accidentally pushed the change channel button on the remote. Right after I did that the tv went into the fuzzy screen you always see if you dont have cable. Ive tried everything and nothings worked. If anyone knows how to fix the tv to where I can play my xbox 360 again I'd appreciate it.
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If you got that while playing it sounds like its your GPU melting... when the older xbox360s get hot the circuit starts to warp and sag in the middle.. the causes the GPU to seperate from the board which gives you wierd or no graphics... ppl suggest "the towel trick" wrapping you xbox in a towel to overheat it in hopes it will reconnect the GPU.. otherwise there is very little you can do.. just hope MS will repair it for you or buy a new one.. i have the same problem at the moment with my friends old one.. so im currently working on a solution.. will try and let you guys know if i find something that works...
YOUR tv DEVELOP a problem in the video ocillator or the tunner section have this set check by a qualified tech.to solve your problem good luck.any more contact firstname.lastname@example.org i hope by now you have gotten your set fixed the repairs will cost you about between $50.00.to $200.00 good luck.
Sounds like you may have something generating interference, such as a bad cable shield on maybe a ground connection inside your tv. You might try moving the cables while watching the
screen and see if the pattern changes.
Double pictures on a screen can be caused by "ghosts", which means that you're getting two signals--- one slightly behind the other.
Anything oscillating generating a radio frequency may radiate into your circuits causing this strange problem.