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Buzzing and poor recption

When turning on the tv there is a buzzing sound, the picture takes time to appear and the picture is not clear, breaks up. I have to turn the tv off at least 3 times for it to work.

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I wish I had a solution--My DVD picture and sound is fine, but it takes about 30-40 minutes to get any kind of picture but it is broken--not clear at all - and the sound is all garbled, totally stops for seconds to minutes a a time. It is only a little over a yr old. I finally isconnectexd today and am going back to my cheap-o but dependable tv.

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