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Internal interference I have an intermittent problem that seems to show up every few months. The best way I can describe this problem with my Toshiba 51H84 TV is that it looks like I'm getting a bad reception; the picture gets waves of static interference and the audio gets a static sound, too. However, I use cable and it effects everything, even when I change the inputs and use the DVD player. It seems to be an internal interference that I can't quite figure out. It has been doing this for three days straight, which is the longest its done this for. Any ideas? Thanks for your help.

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  • djgyardley Oct 09, 2007

    Thank you for replying. I don't understand what you mean by "matching transformer." Matching to what? Are you saying this is an exterior electrical problem?



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Ok you can used the matching transformer to avoid the interference. or you can buy a 'interference free'at the electronics stores!

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  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2007

    interior and exterior problem! matching transformer is for RF connector, connect to cable! this matching transformer is capable to release all signal interference!



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