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HD Issue When I change the channel from a 480p channel to an 1080i channel the screen goes white, I can hear the sound but no picture. I have to turn the TV power off and back on then it works fine. Any ideas of how I can fix this?

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Re: HD Issue

Are you using scientific atlanta cable box by any chance?

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