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All (4) video inputs are bad

First the component inputs went fuzzy then I switched the cables to the video, within days they had the same problem. Erratic picture movements.

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Possible change your AV cable...you can't use the same component cable for the normal AV input...component cable (RGB - RED,GREEN AND BLUE),normal AV cable is RED,WHITE,YELLOW.
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