Originally Posted by Michael Vincent Praino
If you change the aspect ratio to zoom, etc - does it go away? If so, it is the source.
Sorry for the delay getting back to you MVP, must have missed your response.....
When I change the Aspect Ratio, it seems to "discombulate" the interference. With 16:9 and Zoom, it appears as larger blocks like maybe 6" x 8" close to the middle of the screen...when I cycle through and get to 4:3, the ENTIRE screen gets red and blue static.
Also, on 16:9 and Zoom sometimes there is NO color distortion blocks. Totally fine. But it is always on the SCREEN FIT (horizontal ribbon at bottom of TV) and 4:3 (entire screen)rd
So, to answer your question, it does "go away" from a straight horizontal line at the bottom of the TV that is about 1" wide if not a bit less.
FWIW, when I went up quickly 1 channel, that channel did not have the horizontal 1" static bar. Going back down 1 channel, it re-appeared.
Appears to be the channel in conjunction with my cable box or one of those weird "handoff" issues." So it doesn't appear to be the TV's ability to process the signal, unless it simply can't process it on 1 or a few channels, but not all. Blu-Ray looks fine, On-Demand looks fine, channels a few up or down from the problem channel (CNN) look fine, too.
Have had it for over a year now I think, I'm not gonna worry.