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Channels change without changing channels!

I know that sounds strange...BUT, when we put the TV on one channel, it seems to go through all of the channels (while staying on the same number). I.E. I'll put it on channel 10, and it will stay on channel 10 (per the display), but will go through all channels, fading from one channel to white noise, then to the next channel for a few seconds and so on. We've tried autoprogramming, we've tried unplugging the set. Any other suggestions?

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Check the tv system control the ic is probably bad have a tech check tv and make the repairs good luck.

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