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Panasonic TX-32PS5 I have just reconnected my satelite box and DVD through a Wi-Fi connection to use on another TV. now the picture keeps going off for a second or two and EC2 flashes before it comes back on again. In the process I have reduced the SCART wires to 1 as I followed the connection instructions.

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