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    Don May 11, 2010

    Is this happening with anything connected to the TV such as cable TV, video games or a DVD player? If its only hapening with the cable TV and you are using a cable box suspect the cable TV first.

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You're not getting enough signal to your cable box. You most likely have too many splitters on your cables and or your cable is not hooked up close enough to a line. Your cable guy will probably need to come out and string out a new cable line from the telephone wire, to your house, to your TV. It's typically a free service with most cable companies (at least Time Warner).

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