Question about Televison & Video
If it only happens while watching an incoming signal from the cable company and not a DVD playing,
I went through this too on a rear projection HD TV.
If you have any splitters on the line to the TV eliminate as many branches to other devices as possible. They cause a drop in signal strength which is the problem. Make sure the cable is RG6 others are too weak to carry a good signal.
After going through many splitters and taking other things off I got a better signal. But it came down to the cable companys box out by the street had corroded metal components and when they changed that, the problem cleared and was even able to add all devises back to my signal splitter.
If is happening on a satellite dish then check and clean or replace cable connectors.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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