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I have Hitachi CMT 2928FX, I am using AV input 1 on back, great sound, black and white picture that is just out of synch. I do not have the Hitachi remote, I am using the programable remote from DISH TV. I can get the Funtions to come up but can navigate or change anything. Do you have any ideas?

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May be one of two things. With a standard av input (called Composite Video and usually colored Yellow) then the signal must be 480i, Standard Definition with (i)nterlace. If it is higher, say 1080i (another interlace signal but High Definition), 480p (Standard Definition in (p)rogressive mode), or 720p (another HD in progressive).

Try reseting the Dish receiver by unplugging it for 15 seconds.

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What to do:
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