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Sounds like your source device is sending a signal that your TV does not know how to interpret.

This usually happens when you try to input a computer (PC) signal to a device expecting video.

If you are indeed trying to connect your PC to your TV, and your PC allows "HDTV resolutions" (most modern graphics hardware allows this) then set the output to 1080i or 720p (1920x1080 or 1280x720) and it should work.

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