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Toshiba 36A50 Noise Issue

My TV generates a noisy picture and audio noise, both of which vary in intensity. They could even go off for a few seconds. The noisy picture and audio noise are appear at the same time. Especially the white lettering seems very choppy. I brought in another TV and plugged the TV signal cable from my noisy tv to this other. The other TV had no noise. So its definitely my TV. My email is [email protected] and CELL is 603-729-0101

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Your tv needs a tech the problem is in the IF circuit.good luck.

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

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