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Video out problem on receiver

I purchased an insignia is-HTIB102732 surround sound receiver recently. when it arrived the video, when plugged into the tv, jumps up and down and is impossible to view. i've tried both regular (yellow chord) video and s-video outputs and have the same problem. PLEASE HELP andrew

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Be sure it is set to nvtc not pal if in usa, also make use progressive scan is off if your tc doesnt accept it, also make sure if your not using svideo its turned off. bet it a setting issue,

If the pic is rolling u may have to use the manaul to follow the remote button settings,

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