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Scrambled picture when cable box is hooked to hdtv plugs on philips 60 inch rear projection tv

When i hook my hdtv cable box to my hdtv jacks on back of tv i get a scrambled picture on all channels. cvi inputs work fine as do all the a/v jacks, just the hdtv jacks dont work.

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  • beardawg Feb 25, 2008

    I have the same problem and have spoken to both Phillips and my satelite provider with no success. Please post your solution, if you were able to fix it.

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I have a 53inch philips that is showing pictre but showing green, red as shadows..

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