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did you check into the settings on the cable box and the tv? make sure you dont have a side by side or picture in picture function that was accidentally hit. and since you said on a game system everything is fine, i would check into the settings on the cable box. is the picture the same in both panels?
all lcd/plasma tv will suffer from burn image if you leave the xbox 360 on pause for hours at a time just playing game shouldnt leave an image on the screen as the picture is changing all the time the only way around this is an old style tv(tube style)
Flashing error codes could be the Direct tv box itself.Because tvs have problems within itself don't flashes error codes on the tv screen,the problems,just show up.Tries tv and Direct tv satellite box unplug,replug it back like about an hour later.By letting the tv resetting itself back to the factory setting and the Direct tv box updates it softwares data's.The problems should be solved,if have the same problems,first call Direct tv for a replacement box,see how it work out.Than turn ur attention to the tv.
U can't hook the satelite signal to the PLaystation 2.The satelite hook up to the main in the Antana input.The playstation 2 must use the RCA cable came with the Playstation 2 hook up in any Audio,Video in put in the the tv.Tune in what input u hook up like 1,2,3,extra..use ur Playstation 2.
Is it a Plasma TV? Are you saying the screen is cracked? do you have a top box cable box? Also, make sure you have your TV input set to HDMI if you have an HDMI cable hooked up between your cable box and TV.