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I have horizontal lines on my Mitsubishi 62525 dlp tv. it does this on cable and component sources (only ones i have hooked up). When you pull up the tv menu these lines do not appear and also the lines do not appear on a source thats not hooked up (turn to that source and get blue screen but no lines). What could be causing this issue?

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There are four HDMI connector types. Type A and Type B are defined in the HDMI 1.0 specification, Type C is defined in the HDMI 1.3 specification, and Type D is defined in the HDMI 1.4 specification.

The type of HDMI cable that you are using can effect the signal if your TV uses v1.4 and you have an older version cable say v1.3 then you will get lines

I am pretty sure that the HDMI cables are like USB which are backward compatible USB v1.1 devices will work with a v2.0 type cable. So if you have a v1.3 TV then you can use a v1.4 cable and so on.

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Bad capacitors. On my set HDMI looks clear, but component inputs have moving horizontal lines. There's a guy named Tbully on AVS forum that did a PowerPoint presentation that will point you to the capacitors to change. Sorry I don't have a link at this time.

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