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Video problem the video has intermitent problems where it gets fuzzy. sometimes when i turn it on, there is barely any image at all. I learned from the guy who gave me the tv all you had to do was hit it on the bottom right(facing the tv)on the side. if you hit it just right the picture becomes perfect instantly. does anyone know what would be in that spot that hitting it would fix the picture?

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You already have it diagnosed ,all you need to do is find the loose conection and it might not be just one,the set seems to be 5 years or older and it has developed other loose conections besides the one obvious one,if you are familiar with tv service you can look in the horizontal deflection area starting with the horizontal driver transistor and while you are correcting this one you will find other ones, some loose conections are hard to see even for the trained technician so if you are not too familiar with tv service be safe and get the assistance of a servicer,right now it should not be too expensive since you already know were to hit it.

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Does the tv " get fuzzy " when you play a DVD?? Try all inputs'
RF , Composite , component......If it is only fuzzy on RF coaxial
input, then the tuner has a bad connect inside and could be replaced / repaired.........T.

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