Question about Toshiba 35A44 35" TV
I saw a similar posting, in this forum, but my TV is different and I'm not sure it is the same thing. When I turn my television AND digital cable on, after several minutes there will be a loud static POP, and then the picture goes all snowy and warbly. When the problem originally started, this would only happen once, and the picture was not affected. Now though, it will be indiscernable video for a few minutes (it is getting worse). The other night, I turned on the television and switched to the Video 2 input to play a movie. This problem did not occur. I also tried the Video 1 input and played a game on my GameCube for a while, no POP or video distortion. So I'm trying to figure out if this is my TV, or if somehow it's the cable service? Or the literal cable from the wall? Or a power surge? I have no idea. Help, please! I love my TV and I don't want it to die! =)
HI greetings from Belize.from the explanation i believe that there is two thing you might be having a problem in your tunner section whereby the tunner is going bad or the tunner circuit . or the cable from your wall is not connected corectly might lose.the video 1 and two is not associated with the tunner some how thats is the reason you did not get any disturbance.if your cable connection is good.then have your set checked out by a tech.good luck.
Posted on Mar 23, 2007
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