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My 1999 TOSHIBA TP55H60 picture is not clear.

The picture on my Toshiba is not clear and has shadows from another channel. The cable inputs are very loose so I am thinking that is the problem. I plugged another tv into the same cable lines and the picture on the other tv is crystal clear. Let me know if you agree or if there is another path I should take.

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When is this happen? almost 8yr old the unit. In this case did u change the lamp bafore? Its seems that the lamp is dying. Try to use a DVD as ur imput and post here if it had a diff.? Use Audio/Video input instead of Coax (Cable). Hope this may help you

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If the ANT/CABLE input signal type is set to Antenna, the

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The power lamp flashes when turned on, no picture???

Ur tv needed a new lamp.Ur current tv lamp,in the tv now.U used the tv about 4 or 5 hours a day.Like the last 1 1/2 or 2 years the tv in used?The lamp life span is over.
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