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Scrolling diagonal lines

I get scrolling diagonal lines on my mitsubishi DLP when I use the cable box thru the component video inputs. I do not get this with other component inputs or with the blu-ray HDMI input. Moreover, I tried another tv on the same cable line and there was no problem although a repair person said the cable line was the issue. Please help.

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  • bohram Sep 01, 2008

    I can try that. However, besides RCA, what "alternate" inputs can I try? Also, is this problem particular to this TV as I don't have this problem on other TV's hooked to similar cable boxes thru component?

  • bohram Sep 01, 2008

    No, its thru the cable box.

  • bohram Sep 01, 2008

    the other tv is the panasonic th37px50u (plasma)

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I have the same problem on my TV. I switched the input to the TV from the component video cables to the HDMI USB input.

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What's the other tv's make & model

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Do you have a coax input to the TV from the cable box? use that. The to high of refresh rate is the correct answer I think

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    Use the coax connection.

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Try to see the input connection of it. it must have a loosen the connection everytime you put it. see also the settings or the menu it must have been out of tuned.

did you try to watch any dvd or vcd using your tv. see if still persist the problem.

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IS NOT CLEAR IF YOU ARE USING CABLE BOX OR THE TV TUNER . BUT IF ITS THE TV TUNER IN USE WHEN THIS HAPPENS , MORE LIKELY TO BE A BAD ANTENNA CABLE CONNECTOR

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The cable box signal on the components video have a too high refresh rate frequency, that is the reason for the lines.
Use RCA cables or an alternative connection.
Other solution is changing the display out settings for cable box (from PAL to NTSC etc.)

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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    Ginko Sep 01, 2008

    Your cable set does not have HDMI, and connection through scart is not a good solution, therefore RCA can be a good choice if you have signal problems on composite cable connection.
    Try first dinding video settings on your cable box settings menu, it will have NTSC PAL SECAM etc. try changing the signal format, often this solve the problem without replacing cables.


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