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Seems to be the cable box, sorry if you can't hear my voice I've got the flu. Any ideas what's going on here?

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Hopefully, you are right about the cable box, but first you might check all your connections, especially the cable connections. If you have aloose or poor contact that could cause the problem. Also, if the set or connected electrical devices are trapping heat and not able to vent it could cause internal value changes to things like resistors and capacitors that could give these effects.

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