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I have a 42 in. lcd polaroid and after about an hour of watching it the screen suddenly goes snowy and the sound is just loud static. i turn it off for a moment and when i switch it back on it will work for a while but does the same thing again. there is no set time that it happens, it is pretty random. I have tried putting a fan behind it and it seems to take a little longer for it to go out but it still does.. about a year ago i sent the tv back and got a new one from the manufacturer. it worked for a while but now it is doing the same thing as the last one. Maybe it isn't the tv?

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It is those tvs tend to over heat too much horrible tv send it back and get upgrade

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