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Our tv turns green and shuts off every 5 min. or so

The tv turns green and then goes out and it also shuts on and off by itself several times after that. It does it every couple of min. We have chater cable box hdtv. Is the problem with the tv or with the cable?

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Try plugging the cable line directly into the tv skipping the cable box,then let me know what happens

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