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The picture on the tv is shaking and pausing/freezing for seconds at a time.. and discolored but no signs of permanant discolor like a cloud on the tv screen.. what could cause this?

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This seems like an internal problem, and can only be solved by an experienced television troubleshooter, I suggest taking it to a professional.

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

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