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Red & Green lines rolling from the bottom to the top

Hdmi cables with a motorola dvr. been hooked up for 4 days. the screen all of a sudden started rolling red and green lines from the bottom to the top. hd channels faint but still there more noticable on non hd channels. I have checked all cables plugged in tight.

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You could have a ground loop problem. To test plug DVR and TV into same outlet.

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