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I have a old mitisibishi tube tv. When I play a dvd or cd its fine but when i go to tv direct tv it gets wild. Sound comes in and out. Picture good then go's hay wire then god bad good bad. Can i fix this my self or is it the tube?

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Its a pioneer. sorry. I'm not going to pay for a answer

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