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Problem with audio and vidio

All cable connections ok ...hd power cord ok...cable box ok...blue explorer screen appears...loading data appears...able to change channels ...channel and discription of show appears at bottom of screen but no picture and no sound

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Is this a problem only with the cable box or also with oother sources as well?

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