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2 problems- 1-gasket is hanging loose on top of protection screen. 2- TV goes blank and I lose the picture and sound only on some channels at 9:00pm every night

I don't know how to get the protective screen off so I can re-affix the gasket. Also,I don't know if it's cable or the TV that's causing the screen to go blank (no picture, no sound) for about 1 minute every night at 9:00pm. It only happens on certain channels (maybe 6 channels) and only if I happen to be watching those channels at 9:00pm. If I'm on any channels other than these, it doesn't happen.

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  • keaghan Dec 15, 2007

    We have the a problem with a gasket hanging in the screen from the inside..can you send us infomation or the manual to fix the problem..Our Tv is still under warranty and the repair man needs a manual to investigate before attempting to fix...



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Unscrew the screws along the sides and top at back. gently lower screen forward and look inside--you should see the gasket--reattach it or remove it...I just removed it after staring at it for a year or more

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Might be a broadcast switch over.normally at the tranmitting station.

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