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Hoirizontal black and white lines which move vertically. get a picture but after some time picture becomes black and white. and changing channels will often create the black and white scenario. now I have lost sound on some but not all channels. my question is if it is worthwhile to repair because other wise picture is fine.

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Re-solder the tuner ground plane. Open up the tuner and solder the egdes where the pcb meets the metal enclosure. Make sure to re-solder all of the points of contact between the enclosure and the pcb.

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Chris suggested I buy a new set rather than spend bucks on repairs and parts.

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