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My tv gives off a lot of green and red pixels makes it hard to see the picture good it happen when i move the tv from one place to antother

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  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    My screen often will appear speckly with ired and green speckles. Suddenly every hour or so it will clear up. What is wrong? Is it the cables or the screen or something else?

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Im having the same problem with my esa television. I did notice the air conditioning being on seems to cause the tv to have trouble warming up but thats all I really know at this point.

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I knead the wire for the spikers I losted and is imposibe to get sound on my TV plasma esa 42"

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