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I HAVE A PHILIPS 50' plazma and the screen keeps freezing,flickering as it has some kind of interference but we have had an areial engineer to check the signal strengh and said its excellent.what else can you advise

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If it is digital TV, change antenna(UHFonly), and change position of the antenna to get less inteference of digital signal. Signal strength is the TV station carrier frequency, does not help digital video signal integrity. Often if you change channels will reset the digital signal cache and get better pictures.

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