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The picture on my mitsubishi 62" dlp tv is scrambled. Not in HD. this problem started yesterday with no signs leading up to the problem.

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Good Day, bigjunk_22;

Scrambled pix may be caused by the for-matter,dm board or other concerns. This will depend the model of the TV. BUT try resetting the TV first, on the front of the TV there will be a button named that (reset), use a ballpoint pen and push and hold button GENTLY for 5 to 10 seconds.

Are all inputs doing the same thing ei, dvd, games and etc?

I hope this was helpful, if not come back with Model number.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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