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No Signal message

I get the "No Signal" message traveling around the screen while watching DVDs. I have a DVD player and separate VHS player connected to the TV and it does this with both players. Every once in a while, it will quit doing this and then it will show up again. The picture is still great when this is happening, but this gets annoying and distracting when trying to watch a movie. I appreciate any help you can give.

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