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Approximately 10 years old

The set was used with an indoor antennae for the last 10 years. The picture flutters horizontally. I brought it home and hooked into our cable line and we do get a picture on almost all of the available channels but there are several that are fuzzy and/or have the horizontal vertical lines. It appears to have a problem whenever their is a screen change either on the same channel or when switching channels. Can they fix something like this or is it a throw away. Not looking to spend much to repair.

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  • VIC BAUDIER Jun 06, 2006

    There is no sw in the back, but in the programming it gives the option for cable or antennae. This is on cable and the problems exist. Either the signal is interrupted or there's a problem with the horizontal. How do you fix either of these problems?

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Check the cable type settings it may be a switch on the back of the set or by the antenna input or at the bottom back cover . If no switch then if theres an on screen menu it should be somewhere there. if theres no on screen then theres gotta be a switch. this switch changes the AFC on cable systems from irc ,mirc or normal try all three settings one at a time while changing channels thats where this works . Good Luck

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