Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
You have a power filtering problem. The power supply is feeding "ripple" voltage to to video circuitry. if available, use a multimeter to verify voltages, although the best way to analyze is by using an oscilloscope. Power supply boards are available widely online, just Google it. If not familiar with electronics, leave it to the pros.
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