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TV Playback When I set my camera up for playback of the pictures on a TV, the screen flips repeatedly -- this just started happening. I have tried various TV's and it is the same. Thoughts?

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Re: TV Playback

You may want to replace the cable you're connecting to the TV with. I have seen this happen with one other camera, and it ended up being a bad cable.

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