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Coaxel and composite jacks produce scrambled picture, componite ok.

Have digital HD from cable co. works fine(componet)(2). Cannot use pip, or game systems because picture is no good from composite(3) and coaxle(2) connections. All seen are wavey lines with picture trying to straighten up screen that never does straighten. Can anyone tell me why I have this problem? Input looks like this- (1)antenna 0 n/g (2)video 1 n/g (3)video 2 n/g (4)video 3 n/g (5)HD strm 1 ok (6)HD strm 2 ok (7)antenna 1 n/g

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