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Re: fuzzy and ghost picture
Sounds like Either the cable from the wall to the TV is bad usually this will cause ALL channels to be fuzzy.Or your cable on the outside of the house is damaged.another common problem is the outlet on the wall has a bad connection.If they get painted over with wall paint this will also cause the problem.change the wallplate.If its damaged outside the cable company will usually fix it for FREE.you pay for the service and it their responsibility to make sure you wiring outside the house is working properly.
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Depending on the specifics of your tv (flat screen LCD, LED etc, Plasma, or CRT)
Unfortunately sounds like ghosting / indicative of Bad Panel.
BUT to be sure ...
Double check picture settings to be sure setting inadvertently changed. try using Component to be sure connection isn't problem
COULD also be defective T-con, or in plasma a sustain board can create issues. (for a TV shop to determine/ high voltage is present so not for the untrained)
The fuzziness is radio noise from space. No I am not kidding. It's from the background radio spectrum of the universe's creation and it is uniform and OMNI-directional, so it will always appear as snowy noise that is fuzzy in appearance. You can't remove this noise unless you connect a signal from a TV station or cable that is much stronger in strength than this noise. If you mean that a TV signal comes in and appear fuzzy, it is because this TV signal is very weak and you need a better antenna to increase the signal gain. Hope this helps.
First,If there are double images or "ghost" images on the TV's picture, check the cable connections and make sure they are secure.Because the loose cable connection would be a chance for the ghost picture
But if the cable is perfect and if you still get ghost picture then here is the solution:
The LCD Panel is defective. The problem is the T-con board that is used to decode the signal from the main board to the LCD Panel. The only way to fix it is to replace the whole LCD Panel or T-con board if possible. The T-con will cost about 1/10 of the price as the LCD panel but except for a few new models, the T-con is not available. The LCD Panel is very expensive (usually from $600-700 for a 32" Sony).
The reason is that Sony makes the T-cons for each individual TV with different specs to match that of the LCD panel because of the low threshold for error between the LCD Panel and the T-con.
Its best to avil warranty and change the panel...
Please leave me comment, if you need furher assitance
Before thinking of TV problem, you should play a DVD first and see how it goes. TV problem only happens when all sources were affected. If you have the same problem for all sources, open the cover, disconnect LVDS cable and re-connect it; then try to tap or shake gently the LVDS cable and see if the picture changes. If yes, replace LVDS cable. If not, then measure the power on supplies from main board to power supply board, see this 5 VDC is stable or not. If it works fine, the problem may come from T-con board or some case from defective panel.
if you can, try hooking up the tv to a different cable line in the house or bring a different tv into the room where the bad picture is [ you may have a bad connection or wire ] if this doesn't help, try rabbit ear antennas just to get a picture. if you still have ghosts on your tv, the problem is with your tv.if the picture is fine, there maybe a problem with your cable service.
hope this helps