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THE TV IS CONNECTED TO CABLE BUT THE PICTURE COME OUT STATIC WHAT IS THE PROBLEM

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Check your setup instructions for your TV. f you're actually using a cable TV service, your setup would be different than for on-the-air TV. Normally - using your remote - press MENU then SETUP and select Cable TV. I'm assuming your TV isn't an older model TV.

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