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Screen goes blank for a second while playing xbox 360 through hd

I'm currently using my hyundai plasma screen tv with my xbox 360. when connected through the av cables (ie, red, yellow and white) all is ok (all be it for lesser quality picture. But when i connect it using the hd cables (ie,red, green, blue and the audio cables) the screen is perfect. but every now and again the screen with turn black for a second and display "no signal". then the picture will come back and everything is fine again until the next time it happens. I have played for an hour before this has happened and then the next day it will happen after the first 3 minutes.
does anyone have any ideas of what the cause could be and any possible fixes.
many thanks
Taz

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