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Wavy Video output from Marantz sr5600 Receiver

I have operated the unit with the same satellite, dvd, and projector for years with no problems. Projector image is fine without input from the reciever. Now the image is wavy and distorted from DVD and Satellite. What is causing this?

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Are you using component inputs s video rbg or hdmi?

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