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Transparent horizontal bar

Hello, I have a weird problem with my new Plasma TV. I have it connected to a home theater system. My system is a kenwood receiver. It has 150w speakers, subwoofer, kenwood DVD player, and a Dish network DVR all connected to this receiver. I'm running a monster video cable from the video port in the receiver, directly to the video port in back of the LG Plasma TV. Everything works fine, but now I have this transparent vertical bar that floats slowly from the bottom of the screen, to the top. I know for a fact there isn't a problem with the TV itself. At first I had the TV directly plugged into my DVR alone, and it worked fine. But now that I have the TV plugged into my home theater setup, I get the horizontal bar. Is it some kind of intereference? Or, would running a S-video connection from the receiver to the TV fix it?

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Disconet the ground on the power cord of your tv will fix the problum. or the subwofer power ground .

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