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I have a 37 inch 1080p lg tv which i have just connected to a ht503ph via the hdmi cable. when i am watching the dvd it starts to flicker then the screen goes all white an fuzzy (like the tuning on an old tv). the audio still plays, if you select setup and then press play the dvd plays for a short while but then goes white again

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Hi elcrozier.Try changing the resolution from 1080p to 1080i in the system setting on the ht503ph. I had the same problem and that fixed it. good luck

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