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Panasonic SA-HE100 Coaxial Input trouble

While using my SA-HE100 with the coaxial input from the DVD player, occasionally all sounds cuts out for 1/2 second and the returns. i have tried replacing the coax cable, but still have the problem. this does not happen with any other inputs on the receiver.

is there a setting to readjust on the panasonic or is the coax input shot?

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