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Vertical Hold Problem when connecting DVD Player

When I connect my computer DVD player to the JCC AV-32432 TV the Video Access channel has a rapid rolling/ vertical hold problem:.the image appears on the screen but is severed by the rapidly rolling screen. 
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Re: Vertical Hold Problem when connecting DVD Player

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