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Tv is fuzzy

My Toshiba is about 3 years old with no problems up until now. I have a DVR cable box with it and when I turn on the cable box, it's fine, but when I turn on the TV, it's fuzzy. This hasn't happened before. I checked all of the plugs and they were ok. I restarted the DVR box but that didn't work. What should I do?

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TRY USING BOTH INPUT EG: TRY TUNER THEN TRY A/V INPUTS AND COMPARE THE SIGNAL IF BOTH ARE BAD YOU HAVE A VIDEO SWITCHING PROBLEM.

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