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Issue with 480i display

So here is the problem...All my HD devices work fine. PS3, satelite, xbox 360 - The only problem i am now having is with my dvd player and nintendo wii - both are running in 480i - DVD player is hooked up with Component and Wii is hooked up AV. The picture will display fine for about 5 minutes and then become distorted and evertyhing looks PINK. If i unplug power to the tv for 10 minutes and plug it back in it will work fine...for another 5 minutes or less. I have tried changing the 360 to 480i and i get the same problems...HELP please.

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